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... 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 ...
... was before the "Wende", 1989.
The Frauenkirche, the Zwinger and the Residence Castel were some of the very memorable places.
When I had to admit, my head was goining into overload with the never ending informations, she invited me for lunch, and did not allow me to pay!
At the end of that day, I felled nearly as tired, as after a long ride.
... little strange considering the ruthless suppressive regime that it was.
There really wasn’t a lot in the Aldstadt in terms of nightlife, so being a Saturday night, we got a tram over to the Neustadt, and thanks to another trusty Use-It guide, did a tour of some great drinking and eating places. We had a few sidewalk beers watching the world go by at Bautzner Tor, before filling up at Curry & Co, where the “Knights of the Sausage table” served ...
... debt to the similarities in the course of our countries histories. Like Lisa who was born into an undivided Germany, Paul and I were born during the collapse of apartheid and are apart of the first generation of South Africans not ingrained with the ideological sentiments of our ancestors. We mourn for the icon of hope and unity that Madiba's life and actions encouraged and are humbled by how one man was capable of imagining a world without all the dividing ...
... 1990, Dresden has made an excellent recovery based on our brief walking tour thru the areas of greatest destruction. Support from around the world, especially from the US and Britain has played a major role in the rebuilding effort.
Dresden was Germany's seventh-largest city and, according to the RAF at the time, the largest remaining unbombed built-up area. An official 1942 guide to the city described it as "one of the foremost ...