Travel Blogs from Dresden, Germany

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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 ...

Dresden, Germany, on

Dresden, Germany, on "Erster Mai"

A travel blog entry by pfitech

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... Day Of Labor in Europe, and I had to day off. Michael, a friend who lives here, offered to go along and be my guide to Dresden for a day! He coached me well on my Autobahn driving technique and guided us in and out of the Zentrum of the Old City. We had ...

Dresdner Stadtfest, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresdner Stadtfest

A travel blog entry by nicole_racicot

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Arrived in Dresden, Stayed in the Neustadt (New City) which is across the river from, and actually older than the Altstadt (old city) . The Neustadt was a squatter village during the DDR days, because the apartments were awful and had no toilets, and ...

Rain & Great Buildings, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Rain & Great Buildings

A travel blog entry by kkrieg

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... which you would presume would have prices to match, But no, as with all the eating places it was very reasonably priced. Food in Germany is not expensive and I think we get ripped off in Australia. That brought us to the close of our journey to Dresden, ...

Our first day (proper...), Dresden, Germany travel blog

Our first day (proper...)

A travel blog entry by spo_rt

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... me look like the euro trash I want to be! S: After a wander around the Altstadt following the Lonely Planet walking tour of Dresden, we found a tourist information centre to find a campingplatz in the local area and stopped for a coffee. We decided it was ...

Stay in Dresden, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Stay in Dresden

A travel blog entry by housi.muller

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Today I stayed all day in Dresden.  Before strolling around the old city, I organised a bike map, to find the way towards Poland . As Poland has the zloty as currencies , I enquired whether it's better to exchange here or there. After all this, I sat ...

How Did I Get Here, Dresden, Germany travel blog

How Did I Get Here

A travel blog entry by naomiwyman

I had never planned on coming to Dresden but it was the cheapest flight I could get out of Germany to Greece so here I am. Lucky for me I found Dresden to be a lovely city. The main tourist area is setup with tons of small food and drink stalls. All ...

Wet, wet ,wet, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Wet, wet ,wet

A travel blog entry by kkrieg

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... been rebuilt to the original design, using the original stones, where possible. We did a walking tour around the centre of Dresden, visiting various significant buildings: First building was the Zwinger, built by the King just because he could. It now is ...

Dresden was completely destroyed during WWII, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden was completely destroyed during WWII

A travel blog entry by c.i.222

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... of Saxony and King of Poland dressed as a Roman Emperor, stands at the Hauptstrasse, the main pedestrian boulevard in Dresden's Neustadtdistrict, just across the Augustusbridge from the Schlossplatz.            ...

Don´t mention the war, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Don´t mention the war

A travel blog entry by dynamo

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... scientific research and development, with the invention of the bra, toothpaste tubes, filter cigarettes and milk chocolate to its credit. Dresden was also a significant milestone for me, as it was the point at which the current plan, (F-658.9) merged ...

World Cup Fever, Dresden, Germany travel blog

World Cup Fever

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey

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... wall where you can watch skilled sprayers at work which we took in for a while, before squeezing into a mini photo booth on Dresden’s King Street equivalent (apparently the record is 8 people in the booth at once!), but it was squishy enough with ...

Dresden on bikes......, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden on bikes......

A travel blog entry by spo_rt

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... have a coffee and decide on our move for tomorrow (Seano said that I am NOT allowed to spend the full 3 months in Dresden, sadly). Found what looks like a great campingplatz just outside Berlin, which is only a couple of hours away (we think). Walked ...

Been to Sydney, Shanghai, Beijing, F'furt, Dresden, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Been to Sydney, Shanghai, Beijing, F'furt, Dresden

A travel blog entry by spo_rt

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... it on the same flight as we were on, which was nice. So we were in plenty of time to make the train for Dresden. After some breakfast (coffee, bratwurst and pretzels) and a quick phone call home, we jumped upon our relative luxury of the Deutche Bahn. ...

Sep 08, 2010, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Sep 08, 2010

A travel blog entry by louise.goldring

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Techno nonsense, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Techno nonsense

A travel blog entry by stoo

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The day drifts away as you would expect from a lazy weekend, but we've been convinced to go to an Electronica festival by a strange German girl who has arrived in our midst.  She seems to be jumping from a French Canadian guy to a Dutchman, both of ...

A city rebuilt, Dresden, Germany travel blog

A city rebuilt

A travel blog entry by brianc

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... blackened. Either they have been left smoke stained deliberately for effect or pollution has taken its toll over the last 60 years. Dresden was nothing to write home about, I thought,  but then my impressions were taken from a snapshot point of view ...

Starting fights and stealing cheese, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Starting fights and stealing cheese

A travel blog entry by stoo

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I didn't want to bore you with an overly long entry yesterday, so I decided to tell you about last nights debacle today.  I arrived back at the hostel to discover a pretty girl in reception, and I casually inquire at the desk while unashamedly ...

Zwing!, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Zwing!

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin

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We travelled to Dresden for an overnight stop, as a small break within our six night stay in Prague.  Dresden is a two hour train journey from Prague, though with decidedly untypical inefficiency, our Deutsche Bahn train was late, again.  We ...

Dresden and Co, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden and Co

A travel blog entry by stoo

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... and award winning chips you can buy in Germany.  This I need to give a go.  I take a leisurely stroll through Northern Dresden with camera in tow.  This is the hipster area of the city, with good looking people, bars, clubs, record shops ...

Military history, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Military history

A travel blog entry by stoo

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... of a frag grenade on green baize.  Why I didn't have a girlfriend until 19 is beyond me. Anyway I've discovered that Dresden is home to an incredible German Military history museum.  As I've persuaded Katty to call in sick tomorrow and stay, ...

Not a good day, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Not a good day

A travel blog entry by brianc

... shed having one male and one female attendant. You work it out!    Another passport inspection and off we went to Dresden. Back in Germany it was like being on another planet. Large homes, well cared for gardens and fast cars. Route 6 took us ...

Lightning strikes, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Lightning strikes

A travel blog entry by stoo

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... , the more it is a possible new home when I come to rest my weary bones.  At only two hours from Berlin and Prague, Dresden is in a uniquely perfect position.  It's a big city which feels likes a village, and so far I've found it has everything ...

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