Akzent Hotel Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... station officers who indicated that the carriage that I was standing beside was our carriage. You beauty! Only one problem, we had to lift our bikes up two bloody stairs! Not as easy task when you have 6 bags attached to the bike with a combined weight of nearly 40 kg. I knew that I should have gone to World Gym with Niko before we left for OS. Anyway, struggled successfully to get them on board. Two bikes were already racked, so we racked ours. They took up a bit of space and as we ...
... the blog and reading. After lunch we spent a couple of hours walking around Dresden taking photos. Back for afternoon tea and rest. We ducked out quickly at 6pm to pick up train tickets for Sunday (to avoid a very long first day from Bayreuth as there are very few places for us to stay) and supplies.
... what we will do on Thursday.
The quilts on our bed were very thick and far too warm so we elected to use our own sleeping bags and quillt liner rather than the hotel supplied linen (what are you supposed to do, run the air conditioning at 5 degrees so you need such a heavy quilt?). The pillows were very small (unusual for Germany) and did not provide enough support so we used our own blow-up camping pillows. Although the bed was very hard (harder than ...
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 ...