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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 ...
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Dresden, unfortunately this was a very sad time for the family with Nathan's
father Malcolm passing away unexpectedly in Townsville. Mal had been sick for sometime but it was not
expected that he would pass away so quickly and Mal and the rest of Nathan’s
family were adamant that we still go on this trip, even if we were ...
... feelings and go out to get a drink and the best doner kebab EVER! I wish I could remember the name so I could tag it here...so good. It's weird being surrounded by 18 year olds at the bars here, I feel old.
Our train to Prague (was supposed to) leaves at 9:30 in the morning so we wake up early and see the city at sunrise. Almost no one was out so it was very cool and very ...
... the Frauenkirch and a church called the Kreutzkirche or The Church of the Cross. It is so named as around 1200AD it was apparently given a fragment of the cross the Jesus was crucified on.
The story of Dresden as a city, like so many of the places that we have visited in Germany, is shaped by the events of the second world war. Towards the end of the war in early 1945 there was an allied bombing raid on Dresden ...