Park Inn by Radisson Dresden
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... and numbing So we dashed round the edge Snuck in the side door And climbed up stair cases To the very top floor The opera house grand Both inside and out And the voices of singers Bellowed boldly about We thought by this stage In our lives we would be Mature and cultured No longer silly and free But the German subtitles, Seemed give nothing away And at the end of it all They all died on that day Well we thought they had died But ...
... was a quick drive tour around the city to orientate us a bit. It got totally dark by 4:45pm and was a bit rainy so I'm looking forward to exploring properly tomorrow! We've had a quick drink at the rooftop bar, and when I braved the freezing outside to see the view, I had an unintended perfect look into a man's apartment across the road from us. He had a very straightforward modern German apartment, just his lounge lamp was ...
... 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 ...
... inside, as most larger European Churches are. I sat in one of the pews for a few minutes for some quiet reflection and to just look around. There was a sign at the front indicating “No Cameras” and “No Cellphones”, but people seemed to be using both freely, so I started to take pictures with my smaller camera (it’s less noticeable and more discreet than the 7D). Nobody said anything, so I’m assuming photos are ...
... enter any of them. Try as we might, there was not a coffee and a cake to be had. And nothing else besides.
The final indignity came when we parked Red at a corner of the main square for a photo opportunity. Suddenly, as if from nowhere, a policemen appeared at our window, angrily gesturing at us to leave. Surely we were in nobody's way: there was nobody to be in the way of. Perhaps the policeman had nothing better to do than to chase off unassuming tourists, but ...