Travel Blogs from Dresden, Germany

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Home sick, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Home sick

A travel blog entry by dresdenfae

... and everything so they knew that I wasn't making it up. They had me start on Wednesday, giving me two days to explore Dresden. In the morning I will get my pictures from Paris back. I am going to pick up some stationary and write some old fashioned ...

Ciao Südamerika - Hallo Deutschland, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Ciao Südamerika - Hallo Deutschland

A travel blog entry by macla

... . Also haben wir die Zeit auf dem Flughafen totgeschlagen. Schließlich war es soweit, dass wir in unseren Flieger nach Dresden einsteigen konnten. Das war ne ganz kleine Maschine. Nur zwei Sitze auf jeder Seite des Gangs und noch richtige Propeller ...

Back in Dresden, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Back in Dresden

A travel blog entry by jambo

... and a chocate crêpe, all from various tents and trailers. The high water I saw in Regensburg last Saturday has since become a serious problem in SE Germany, with decent-sized floods around Munich stopping trains etc. I went at the right time I ...

Get back to the 'P's, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Get back to the 'P's

A travel blog entry by jambo

... and Kate. Other than that I am a free spirit until my railpass runs out on 10 June. Initially, from the railway station, Dresden looks a bit like it has had a bomb dropped on it. The further north you go, though, the more attractive and interesting ...

Starting to Love it, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Starting to Love it

A travel blog entry by dresdenfae

Things really just keep getting better. Miyoung still annoys me, but I can deal with that. I really enjoy my job, or the concept behind it. Tonight I cooked myself dinner, bratwurst and eggs. It was good! Maybe I can cook after all. I also ...

I wonder If I Can Remember, Dresden, Germany travel blog

I wonder If I Can Remember

A travel blog entry by dresdenfae

... I went to the Kreuzkirche today. I even climbed the tower. It was a nice view. I want to work on seeing more of Dresden. I don't really know what to do the following weekend. I don't think that Hamburg can really fill three days, but there is a ...

Dresden - Day 1, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden - Day 1

A travel blog entry by paul_j_brennan

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Gidday to all from Dresden, Germany. We both had thoughts of purchasing some traditional Dresden chinaware while in the city of the same name. Much to our dismay, chinaware is not longer manufactured in Dresden! We did find a shop that had Meissen ...

Meissen  A thousand year old city, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Meissen A thousand year old city

A travel blog entry by rickandwill

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... are such good alternatives. Once again we took the bus from the village here to the train station at Radeberg, caught the train to Dresden Central and then caught the train to Meissen about 27km from here. This city dates back to the year 929 when it was ...

Dresden, Germany, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden, Germany

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67

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We stopped in Dresden, new territory for me, on the way from Prague to Berlin.  Dresden was once considered one of Europe's most beautiful Baroque cities and was nicknamed "Florence on the Elbe".  Most of the city was destroyed, though, in a ...

Dresden - Day 2, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden - Day 2

A travel blog entry by paul_j_brennan

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... by Churchill's men in 1945. Very interesting. I had a look a few shops and found a shop that had a display of Dresden Porcelain figurines and tableware. Who said that you couldn't buy Dresden? Taw the lady who obviously only wants to sell Meissen! Had a ...

Starting off, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Starting off

A travel blog entry by jess84

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Hey it is done...that is my first step off to the States...packing all my shit...and taking a bus from Neustadt to Dresden...and since I had to wait there in the cold I called up friends of my mom. They finally picked me up from the station and we were ...

New old buildings and Saxon Bohemia, Dresden, Germany travel blog

New old buildings and Saxon Bohemia

A travel blog entry by damoclarke

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... the buildings now look as if they have stood for hundreds of years. the best part of this stay was actully outside of dresden on the czech border in an area called saxon bohemia with amazing rock formations, mountains, castles and a good few germans ...

Dresden - A walk in the Old Town, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden - A walk in the Old Town

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot

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... ! Located in a valley on the river Elbe, close to the Chech border, it is the capital city of the Free State of Saxony in Germany. Dresden was not only the capital but also the royal residence for the Kings of Saxony and the Electors. In the year 1945 the ...

Train to Dresden, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Train to Dresden

A travel blog entry by jess84

back home and school tomorrow - ...

Dresden - Day 3, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden - Day 3

A travel blog entry by paul_j_brennan

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... mode of travel a week ago. Rather late by this time, so we made our way to our previously selected dining experience at Dresden 1900, a restaurant that has a tramway theme. There is a tram inside the building that was used by what looked like the Lions ...

Dresden - highly recommended, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden - highly recommended

A travel blog entry by nlevac

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... is our last programmed intercity train trip. In Munchen we pick up a hire car and then make our own way. Another observation about Germany - most Germans drive imported cars like Audi, BMW, VW, Mercedes - hardly a Ford in sight and I'm yet to see a ...

Dresden, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden

A travel blog entry by naomifederman

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... everything we know about Dresden after taking the world's longest, most boring, and drawn out walking tour: No, just kidding. Dresden was another incredibly beautiful German city with so much history and heaps of beautiful buildings. It's divided into the ...

Dresdner Stadtfest, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresdner Stadtfest

A travel blog entry by maryandjeff

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... lunch (and a German beer of course) at one of the outdoor terraces. Since the reunification of East and West Germany, the city has undergone a transformation where more historical buildings have been restored and there are a number of large construction ...

Destruction, restoration and magic., Dresden - Prague, Germany travel blog

Destruction, restoration and magic.

A travel blog entry by rhills

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... Dresden for lunch. What an amazing testimony to the human capacity to rebuild and restore what other humans destroy! Dresden's beautiful Baroque buildings constructed during the 1700 to 1800 were destroyed during the terrible nights of the acopalypse on ...

Day 53- Berlin to Dresden, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Day 53- Berlin to Dresden

A travel blog entry by benjamins2016eu

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Our last day in Berlin. We left the Waldorf Astoria by 12pm and drove a couple of hours to Dresden. On the way we stopped briefly for Diesel. Our Airbnb was on Louisenstrasse. We were fortunate to have parking at the front of the apartment building. We ...

Next stop - Kangaroo Stop, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Next stop - Kangaroo Stop

A travel blog entry by megantrent

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... in the war but they could rebuild a lot of buildings out of the original material. Today was our last full day in Dresden, tomorrow we are leaving Germany and heading to Prague in the Czech Republic. Today we walked more of the city and went "shopping" in ...

George Micheal, you and Bland go wait in the car!, Dresden, Germany travel blog

George Micheal, you and Bland go wait in the car!

A travel blog entry by wagonmaker

Quick note on the title: Dresden is half former East-German wasteland, half beautiful medieval reconstructions! Our first impression of bland oppressive architecture was quickly replaced with awe! ...

Finally made it to some museums, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Finally made it to some museums

A travel blog entry by nicole_racicot

Finally made it to a museum - the Dresden Hygiene Museum - totally weird and worth a visit if you ever find yourself in Dresden Then I went to the New Synagogue for a tour. The old Synagogue was burned down by the Nazis and the firefighters were forbidden ...

Museum plans foiled again, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Museum plans foiled again

A travel blog entry by nicole_racicot

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... some museums,  I  crossed the bridge to the Altstadt (old city) and walked around looking at the architecture. Dresden is a beautiful city, they've rebuilt the old churches and are working on restoring the castle. The exterior of the buildings ...

出乎意料的德&#, Dresden, Germany travel blog

出乎意料的德&#

A travel blog entry by spirityufo

... ;我到他們家附近的樹林散步, 深秋的Dresden樹林一片楓紅色 ...

Hans Booby has a test....., Dresden, Germany travel blog

Hans Booby has a test.....

A travel blog entry by spo_rt

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Hans Booby has a test Started off this morning planning our next destination, programming Helga (the GPS) and getting ourselves organised (always organising!). Pulled out at about 9 o'clock, to a rather nasty sounding scraping sound. R got out, checked ...

Dresden, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden

A travel blog entry by bkerr

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... imagine what it would have looked like. You could see the uncovered remains of the entrance bridge into the old fortified town of Dresden and the different defense structures built over time. The pics give you the best idea of what we got to explore. ...

Drive to Dresden and Goodbye Hans Bubi, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Drive to Dresden and Goodbye Hans Bubi

A travel blog entry by spo_rt

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... the Germans to come for some ‘cheap’ Czech thrills.  Anyway, Hans Bubi climbed over the mountain pass and into Germany and a ski resort of Altenberg, where we turned off and headed for the valley roads to take us to the autobahn and the ...

Sprechen Sie Deutch?  Ze Germans are friendly!, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Sprechen Sie Deutch? Ze Germans are friendly!

A travel blog entry by chris_n_caitlin

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... couldn't make another somewhere else, all in all friendly and wonderful people.  Took a beautiful train ride from Prague to Dresden along the river, and immediately found a bratwurst, in a mustard shop that had obama mustard called "Yes We ...

Germany, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Germany

A travel blog entry by bfadventure

Rebuilt and as good as ...

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