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... Crunching leaves on the ground Monster rock fingers Grew up every surround The sights were amazing, But our photos can't sell Of the shear height and glory That only nature can tell ~ Dinner and opera Sounds a fancy affair A night out, just us To end my twenty fifth year Well, not just us two, But a rioting crowd Joined in my birthday To get rowdy and loud We would have stayed on To thank them for coming But the cold of outside Was ...
... roads, buildings, and footpaths. It's now totally illegal to remove pieces of the wall so 99% of the souvenirs available claiming to be bits of the wall are fake, so I won't be bringing any back! The segment we visited is used as a street art gallery with extensive graffiti from numerous renowned artists decorating it. Some other sections are near the Brandenburg Gate, and around the old Gestapo and SS Headquarters building. ...
... buildings and quite a few new ones as well which
have been built since the unification, we spent our time exploring the city and
the obligatory Christmas markets whilst making time to support each other
during this sad period.
A highlight of the trip
so far was visiting the beautiful Bastei Bridge which is located a short drive
from Dresden. The engineering feet to
build this bridge ...
... to Poland to a few days later, especially so that we could detour to Dresden for the WC final weekend!! Not long after changing the ticket, I realised that I had completely stuffed up the dates, and we should have been there a week earlier!! Oh well! We had fun watching the final in Cesky Krumlov instead, and despite feeling a bit silly, we figured, we were so close, and obviously someone wanted us to visit Dresden for reasons other than the WC!!
Only 2 hours away ...
... proceeded to the ruins of Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady), a church with baroque architecture. Near to the church is the Fürstenzug, a large mural of the rulers of Saxony. The mural was etched on a long structure and the build-up of the mural made it look very impressive. After the highlights of Dresden was a coach ride all the way to the capital of Germany, Berlin.