Hotel Pension Mezzaluna

Fichtenstrasse 8, Dresden, Saxony, 01097, Germany | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Neustadt area of Dresden, is near Kunsthofpassage, Traditionelle Thai Massage Dresden, Bikeland 262, and Hard Wax Dresden.
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Travel Blogs from Dresden

Zwing!

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Aug 18, 2014

154 photos

... off for a while, and we enjoyed the sight of the wonderful, old buildings (painstakingly restored from War-time bombing), and the large riverboats too, which take daytrippers along the Elbe and its tributaries to places like Leipzig.

The New Town is much more modern, and "bohemian", which in this case means lots of arty cafes and shops, graffiti (some beautiful, some not) and quirky people, students and all the rest of it. We walked up ...

The City of Kristallnacht

A travel blog entry by javaminit on Jul 25, 2014

10 photos

... a smooth check-in.

It has to be said that 1/2 day in Dresden is not enough. With travel to and from, it is pretty much essential that you have at least a 2 night stay. We didn't so we short-changed ourselves and did not do justice to Dresden.

We had a quick snack of rolls and peanut-butter then struck out to see the sights around 2:00. There are too many sights to describe. Suffice to say that Dresden is absolutely loaded with fine old ...

World Cup Fever

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Jul 21, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... ice room, and fake lake for testing out your newly bought rain jacket, climbing shoes or canoe! A fun day out for the whole family!

One of my favourite things about Dresden has to be the cute little Ampelfiguren (traffic light figures). Male and female figures with hats and pony tails flash gaily indicating for pedestrians crossing the road. Apparently these were born after the war as part of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) and are very East German, which ...

The Jewel Box

A travel blog entry by jubba152 on Dec 04, 2013

2 comments

"When my great-grandmother saw the flashes of light from the bombs she knew that she would never see her husband again." Lisa Urban There is a sense of nostalgia in Dresden. Mixed attitudes of pride, patriotism, bitter resentment and nostalgia. In 1945 the British Royal Air Force and the United States Army Air Force bombarded Dresden's city center with 2431 tones of high explosive bombs and 1475.9 tones of incendiaries. The effects were devastating and the experience still ...

The Controversial WWII bombing

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Aug 01, 2013

... casualties, while right-wing groups continue to claim that up to 500,000 people died. After the Second World War, Dresden became a major industrial center in the German Democratic Republic (former East Germany) with a great deal of research infrastructure. Many important historic buildings were rebuilt, including the Semper Opera House, the Zwinger Palace and a great many other historic buildings, although the city leaders chose to reconstruct ...