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[ | 28 Sep 2009 | 16 Comments]
Bach Tour In Leipzig

Johann Sebastian Bach acted as cantor of St Thomas Church in Leipzig from 1723 to 1750. Many of Bach’s major works were created during these 27 productive years. So why not try a Bach tour to know Leipzig in a new way?

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[ | 5 May 2009 | 22 Comments]
Overlooking Nuremberg From Imperial Castle

As the city loved by Adolf Hitler, Nuremberg suffered enormous calamity during World War II. So I was astonished that it still protected the old town so well.
The Imperial Castle was the last place I visited in Nuremberg. It gave me so wonderful view of old Nuremberg. Miss those red colors…

Passau »

[ | 29 Apr 2009 | 29 Comments]
Ancestor Of Bicycle I Met In Passau

That day when I was wandering around the street of Passau, I encountered an old man who drove an old style wooden bicycle. Yeah, That’s Dandy horse which was regarded as the ancestor of the bicycle.

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[ | 12 Dec 2008 | 21 Comments]
Back To Childhood At Playmobil FunPark

The Playmobil FunPark I visited was not faraway from Nuremberg.
I was astonished by the happy atmosphere there. And finally understand why it’s the best kid-powered destination of weekend and holiday in this world.

Passau »

[ | 29 Aug 2008 | 3 Comments]
Color Of The Passau Night

Miss those nights in Passau
So peachful and colorful
Forever in my mind .

Passau »

[ | 26 Aug 2008 | 9 Comments]
Glass Making Shop At The End Of Glass Road

Passau just locates at the end of the 250km long Glass Road in Bavaria, Germany. So it’s not hard to find some small glass making shops to watch how the folk artists worked on those colorful glass.

Passau, Smart Hotels »

[ | 23 Aug 2008 | 9 Comments]
Following Princess Sissi’s Traces, Where She Secreted In Passau

Found in 11th century, Wilder Mann Hotel (wild man) was the most historic hotel in Passau. It has hosted Sissi (Empress Elizabeth of Austria), and the famous U.S. Astronaut Neil Armstrong.It also share the same building with the world’s largest collections of Bohemian glass, Passau Glass Museum.
It’s one of the best hotels on my list.

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[ | 12 Aug 2008 | 8 Comments]
Allianz Arena, Another Stadium I Love Except Bird’s Nest In BeiJing

The whole World is focusing on Bird’s Nest and Water Cube in Beijing these Olympic games days. Bird’s Nest is one of amazing originality in my eyes. But the design of Water Cube is somewhat like Allianz Arena, And I think Allianz Arena is much clear.

Passau »

[ | 8 Aug 2008 | 7 Comments]
Unparalleled Acoustic Experience At St. Stephen’s Cathedral

The second morning in Passau, I noticed that many local people and tourists went to St. Stephen’s Cathedral from different place.
Yeah, The world’s largest cathedral organ would perform at 12:00am.

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[ | 7 Aug 2008 | 6 Comments]
Back To School Time At University Of Passau

Passau was a very small city that you can learn by walk. So we walked to the University Of Passau at a sunny evening.
It’s so great to have a chance back to the schoolyard. Miss those light-hearted days so much!

Passau »

[ | 4 Aug 2008 | 14 Comments]
Visit A Farmer School In Passau

“Are you interesting in visiting a farmer school of Passau?” Madam Brandenburg asked.
“Sure! Why not?”

Bamberg »

[ | 22 Apr 2008 | 2 Comments]
Those Night In Bamberg

I wouldn’t back hotel until midnight those days in Bamberg.
I miss those nights.