January 29, 2012

F n Leipzig

In the most spontaneous decision this year (so far, of course), i decided to go to visit a friend in Germany with not a big idea of how to get there or what to do, but thanks to Simón Cabrón (thanks for coordinate!) and Marta (thanks for purchasingthe tickets, come back to pay you back!) i could just be laid back about this trip. Had a great time going partying with my friends and the few hours in train meant nothing after the 20 hours i had to spend in the bus to get to my last job from home. Just so you know, there are two top figures related to the city: Bach and Goethe, and i am happy i got a couple of pics with their status and actually hang out where they did. Leipzig is a nice city, very similar to Wroclaw on its architecture, order and dynamic... totally worth to visit! Here i leave some pics of the trip... En la decisión más espontánea en lo que va del año, tomé un tren con unos amigos hacia Leipzig para visitar a uno de mis mejores amigos en estos lares. Las pocas horas en el tren no se comparan con el largo recorrido entre mi casa y mi último trabajo, y fue muy simpático llegar a Leipzig, ciudad que está relacionada con las eminentes figuras de Bach y GoetheLeipzig es una ciudad simpática, parecida a Breslavia [Wroclaw] en arquitectura, orden y dinámica... totalmente recomendable para visitar! Aquí dejo algunas fotos del viaje...


Locate the yellow pin... and there is Leipzig
Leipzig está donde se encuentra el alfiler amarillo.

2012 Leipzig
Old City Hall
Antiguo Palacio Municipal

2012 Leipzig
Bach's tomb in St. Thomas Temple
Tumba de Bach en el Templo de Sto. Tomás


“Nothing shows a man's character more than what he laughs at.”
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe



2012 Leipzig
St. Thomas Temple
Templo de Sto. Tomás

2012 Leipzig - F n Goethe

2012 Leipzig
Hanging out in the New City Hall
Pasando el rato en el Nuevo Palacio Municipal


“The world is so empty if one thinks only of mountains, rivers and cities; but to know someone who thinks and feels with us, and whom, though distant, is close to us in spirit, this makes the earth for us an inhabited garden.”
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe



2012 Leipzig
Der Jahrhundertschritt

2012 Leipzig
Unzeitgemäßen Zeitgenossen

2012 Leipzig
Simon, Tobi, F [Paco]


“Trust yourself, and you will know how to live.”
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe



Credits
Photos: @fonchobaggins
Tickets curtesy of: MartaL
City Tour: Cabrón Historiador
Hosting: Tobi
Train Entertainment: KatjaG
Beer commitment: SimonB

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