Travel Blogs from Dresden, Germany

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Meissen but no porcelain!, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Meissen but no porcelain!

A travel blog entry by fitchett

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... turned out to take 3 hours. There was not much action on the river, half a dozen people fishing.  As we approached Dresden, a large number of young people in kayaks and a handful of double scullers were on the river.  Nick was fascinated by ...

Dresden!, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden!

A travel blog entry by terrence.europe

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Monday August 3 After the uncomfortable train ride to Dresden I was more than satisfied with the city. My hostel let me check in early and gave me a map which included plenty of history and things to do in the city. I headed into the city and went on an ...

May 09, 2008, Dresden, Germany travel blog

May 09, 2008

A travel blog entry by gabc

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Day 5: Playing on the Street, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Day 5: Playing on the Street

A travel blog entry by jward1440

I forgot to mention this in the beginnig but I found out that breakfast only cost an addiotn 6 Euros each day, so I ate there every morning.  Well today, i bought a guitar.  nothing fancy just one that i found in a pawn shop across from my ...

July 8, 2013, Dresden, Germany travel blog

July 8, 2013

A travel blog entry by joemcauliffe

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Playing's for free, walking, DYNAMO!, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Playing's for free, walking, DYNAMO!

A travel blog entry by kuerbis

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Yesterday was full of exciting things which all had less than perfect results, but they were still pretty awesome.     I awoke and headed upstairs to eat breakfast with the family. Tim and I would not be returning between his studying/my ...

Dresden, Germany Sept. 4-5, 2015, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden, Germany Sept. 4-5, 2015

A travel blog entry by cb584968

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We spent 2 days in Dresden, which is 2 hours south of Berlin. It was definitely the most beautiful place I've ever seen. Highlights were the Neumarkt (old town area), Zwinger, Frauenkirche, and Neustadt (cool young area with lots of ...

Romantic Strasse Day 15 -17 Dresden to Rothenburg,  Dresden, Germany travel blog

Romantic Strasse Day 15 -17 Dresden to Rothenburg

A travel blog entry by jenniferklm

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... et al. All beautiful little medieval villages we passed through on our way to Rothenburg, one of the oldest walled cities in Germany and birthplace of Werner. The final 15km were quite hilly with a very long and steep climb into the city. It is a ...

Dresden, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden

A travel blog entry by dulcewallace

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... na Alemanha! Eba! Sem problemas com a polícia!            Paradinha em Dresden para o almoço. Que bonitinha a cidade! Vi umas fotos de como a cidade havia ficado em 1945, depois de ter sido bombardeada ...

A Day in Dresden, Dresden, Germany travel blog

A Day in Dresden

A travel blog entry by sethsokol

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... mostly destroyed during the Second World War and then not everything was properly fixed under the DDR (East Germany), but now it is in strikingly good shape. I liked Dresden because it was the right size, had ample cool places both old and young, and had ...

City Night Line, Dresden, Germany travel blog

City Night Line

A travel blog entry by sjg209

Back at Dresden Hauptbanhof, I had some time on my hands and decided to give the ARHSies a ring. Everyone seemed happy to hear from me. I do miss Penn State, sometimes I wish I could go back - it especially hurts to have given up the chance to run for ...

Heading home, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Heading home

A travel blog entry by chrislewis7

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Spent 2 hours either side or the river. Dresden really is work in progress. They are only now rebuilding after the bombing in the war. It's actually quite a nice city, one thing that can be said for the bombing it created a lot of open ...

Entering Dresden, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Entering Dresden

A travel blog entry by fishy979

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... in Berlin and did some final shopping.  The girls bought some Birkenstocks for home.  Caught a late morning train to Dresden. Was a smooth 2.5 hours ride.  Felt like we were on a modernized Hogwarts Express.  Pretty neat.  ...

Dresden, Germany - en route to Prague, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden, Germany - en route to Prague

A travel blog entry by mpanzer

... mostly by immigrants. So our first real day in Berlin was kind of a whirlwind. It turns out Nadeem's mom is originally from Germany and teaches German in Wisconsin. She had taken a group of Catholic high school girls on exchange for three weeks, so ...

Dreden, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dreden

A travel blog entry by evanavarro

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Dresden ...

Amazing Architecture, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Amazing Architecture

A travel blog entry by ronnyreeny

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... time to take the Elbe River cruise later in the afternoon. Our guide for the walking tour was a lady (early 40's) that is a Dresden native and not only knew a lot about the area, had a distinct interest in the changing political climate here.  There ...

5/jan/11 - Berlim e Dresden, Dresden, Germany travel blog

5/jan/11 - Berlim e Dresden

A travel blog entry by cardosopat

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... colocar os óculos escuros para evitar tamanha claridade, pois não há cortina no trem. Desembarcamos na estação central de Dresden no horário marcado e atravessamos a rua puxando as malas para chegarmos ao hotel. Ficamos no hotel InterCity, mesma ...

We have a Spiritual Moment, Dresden, Germany travel blog

We have a Spiritual Moment

A travel blog entry by andy_n

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... levelled in 1945 and lay as rubble on the ground throughout fifty-plus years of communist rule. With the reunification of Germany an international initiative was mounted to rebuild the church to its original design, using as much of the original ...

Eastern German gem gleams like a shiny Volkswagen!, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Eastern German gem gleams like a shiny Volkswagen!

A travel blog entry by jollyjetsetter

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... for a German speaker, or indeed anyone who has researched into the city's landmarks prior to their arrival. Chief landmarks of Dresden are the Zwinger palace, Frauenkirche (church of our lady), the Schloss (castle), the Grosser garten (public park), and ...

i am a dresden doll, Dresden, Germany travel blog

i am a dresden doll

A travel blog entry by stackynlambs

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... finding our way back on our course we set ourselves earlier that day we headed to the Elbe river that runs through dresden. surrounding the river was a few of the old restored buildings that were demolished in the fire bombing. they were stunning ...

Dresden, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden

A travel blog entry by rdaca

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Pete & Dresden, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Pete & Dresden

A travel blog entry by stars

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... a hill, like all the little kids on sleds, also by the (hillier) banks of the river. My favorite thing I saw in Dresden was a progressive mural of all the kings of Saxony, drawn as though riding horses in progression into the past (chased by the ...

Dresden, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden

A travel blog entry by tbphoto

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... ;It was just amazing collection of objects.  More later about that.  heading out to dinner.  Google the Green Vault Dresden has rebuilt after the destruction of February 13, 1945.  You can read more here. ...

Dresden . . ., Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden . . .

A travel blog entry by jedsmart

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... ; the interpretation of the last supper found on there wall was most interesting!  Afterwards, I was introduced to Turkish food in Dresden . . . the gyro was absolutely amazing!  After a night out in Dresden, I was up the next morning at 5:30 so ...

Mar 11, 2016, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Mar 11, 2016

A travel blog entry by aschi

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Last day in Germany!, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Last day in Germany!

A travel blog entry by katieavinger

... taking a train to Prague! I have heard that Prague is absolutely beautiful, so I am looking forward to see the city, and I think I have experienced enough of Germany at this point. I am hoping to have some air conditioning in Prague! More to come ...

Mar 08, 2010, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Mar 08, 2010

A travel blog entry by floresexotic

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Day 6: Monay!, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Day 6: Monay!

A travel blog entry by jward1440

... so I decided to get 40 of them and I found one that kinda looked like me! oh I had a blast this trip,I wish I didn't have to go back tommorow.  Bye Germany! 600 Euros on 40 puppets 20 Euros on Bus 40 Euros on  a feast 395 Euros ...

Greetings from drenched dresden it's been a ..., Dresden, Germany travel blog

Greetings from drenched dresden it's been a ...

A travel blog entry by rollo_g

Greetings from drenched Dresden. It's been a real Mini Adventure and it's nearly over. I've just arrived in Dresden, where they seem to be in the middle of a Noah's-Ark-style flood. It's been raining on a biblical scale all day, the river Elbe has ...

Lovely summer's day around the city, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Lovely summer's day around the city

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose

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... a group offering safari rides in reconditioned 'Trabants' or trabis!  Our first stop is s look around the Zwinger, Dresden's most famous baroque building. It is a construction that was situated between the town's former fortifications.  Today ...

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