The small Thuringian town of Bad Langensalza has a wonderfully renovated old town. During our visit, I’m really impressed. We went on a guided tour with Mary Fischer. Actually announced as cellar guidance we have also seen a lot above ground. Continue reading “Old Town Bad Langensalza”
Start am 21.9. In Eisenach – Stadtteil Hötzelsroda durch das Lauterbachtal zur Werra in Mihla. Ab hier auf dem Werratalradweg in Richtung Hann-Münden wo sich Fulda und Werra treffen und als Weser weiter fließen.
In the northernmost part of the Austrian Leutasch Valley, the entrance to the Leutaschklamm and the Klammgeistweg begins. There is a parking lot with a snack bar at the entrance.
Directions to Leutascher Geisterklamm
Even the approach is a feast for the eyes. From Germany via Garmisch-Partenkirchen and further over Mittenwald one reaches the Leutasch-Klamm. From Austria and the Inn Valley the best is via Seefeld into the dreamy Leutaschtal. Here you can also undertake wonderful, short or multi-day hikes in the direction of Ehrwald. But we wanted to go to Leutascher-Geisterklamm.
As early as 1880, the Klamm was partially developed. Continue reading “Leutascher Ghost Cliff”
In the northern Spreewald village Straupitz, in sorbisch language
Tšupc, is to see a lot. In addition to the preserved windmill there is also a Schinkel Church.
It was at this point already some stems but in April 1828 demolished to make way for Continue reading “Schinkel Kirche in Straupitz – Spreewald”