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Travel Blogs from Dresden
... Carolina. More lovely people (but just a little loud!).
Squeezed in another quick walk into town before returning to catch the end of a talk by a lady explaining her experiences of life in East Germany. Fascinating talk - wish we had stayed to hear it all.
Tomorrow's activities while sailing include a towel-folding demonstration by housekeeper Mihaila followed by a flower painting competition. Not sure I will be able to sleep tonight with all the ...
... I wasn't game enough to have the spiciest one so went mid range, in fact, I don't think anyone went for the spicy one since we still had a few more hours on the bus to go. About mid afternoon we arrived in Berlin and before heading to the hostel we had a little bus tour with a few stops. First one was a russian memorial which was massive. Took up a whole park! Was full of Stalin quotes ...
... night time photos. Our guide had told us about the porcelain bells in Zwinger Gardens that rang four times a day the final time at 10.15 (didn't ring on the hour as there are so many churches ringing their bells to compete with them). Couldn't believe we were the only people in the Gardens as it was packed earlier in the day. It was beautiful and a perfect end to a hectic ...
... ship left for Dresden, arriving during dinner. Joined tonight by two sisters from Washington DC, who had invited us over to stay before we even got to our main course.
After dinner we returned to the lounge for a talk about the floods of 2002 and 2013. The Captain then gave us more information about the ship.
Thought cruising was a relaxing holiday. What's gone ...
... wandered around the sleepy town looking for a more substantial meal and a PowerPoint to continue the journey towards the Czech border. The iPad had run out of batters and we were cycling with hand written directions from the last of the iPads memory. They actually served us perfectly until Kamenz. However we needed further direction from here.
Whilst we were walking around the town, we met a man who was waiting for a first date. He was pretty excited when we said we were ...
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