Akzent Hotel Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... journey even given the road works and we arrived in Dresden just after 3pm (left Berlin at 1230) For a small(er) city it was quite busy. The hotel is nice and central and we walked to dinner. The city is amazing - considering most of it was destroyed by allied bombing in WW2 its been rebuilt and the buildings still look like they are hundreds of years ...
... us into the town via Poland first - that was pretty cool approaching the bridge in Poland, then crossing the bridge bringing us into Germany on the other side!
We checked in to our attic room in the lovely old Meridean Hotel, unpacked and settled then headed out for some sightseeing. I'm so glad we came to this town; it's really nice and I agree with what I read on the internet somewhere, that it's a hidden gem! I also happened to read ...
This morning before leaving Wroclaw, I went for a walk around the Square and was not surprised to see it completely empty as it was Sunday. We left Wroclaw and headed to Germany. We had a stop just before the border to change money from zloty to euro and went from there. Upon arriving in Dresden, we had a couple of hours to explore before a walking tour started. I went walking around the Square right outside our ...
We went to Goelitz and Bautzen this day. We didn't depart from our hotel until after 1pm. Goerlitz was about 1.5 hours from Dresden. We had only about an hour to walk in Gorlitz because mom wanted to visit Bautzen. What a rush!!!! We took the tram in Gorlitz... walked through a nice park... saw the river where Poland was on the opposite side... asked for directions from an old man across the street and he kindly stopped and crossed the road to help ...
... days in their cells, prison halls and barracks. Hunger and disease characterized life in the camp, where insufficient hygiene lead to the large-scale spread of infectious diseases. Poor sustenance was provided by watery gruel and bread. With 6,000 or 7,000 prisoners (in a facility designed to accommodate 1,200) the camp was continuously over-populated. The event that I attended was a memorial service for the documented more than 3,000 people who died in prison ...