Akzenthotel Am Husarenhof
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... end of the war killed approximately 25,000, many of whom were civilians, and destroyed the entire city center. The bombing gutted the city, as it did for other major German cities. After the war restoration work has helped to reconstruct parts of the historic inner city, including the Katholische Hofkirche, the Semper Oper and ...
... Korbi's house to pick something up, we went to Julia's house. This was Julia's family home that Laura had also stayed at many years before in a village, Orthofen, outside Munich. Uli and Ulrike, Julia's father and mother were very welcoming. We had our own room and beds and their home was very nice. Before bed we had one more beer with the family to get acquainted. Then we went to bed because we had an early start in the morning to get to our tour at ...
... to meet our hop on hop off tour bus. We were really early so took some photos and planned our day. Our first stop was Zwinger, the royal families castle. It turns out that this wasn't actually a castle but more of a party palace/courtyard. The King liked to host extravagant parties and made this to house them in a grand location, no one has ever lived there and it is now a museum that houses all the things that ...
... that has advertised live piano music on Thursday evenings. When I arrived there was only soft music on speakers playing. I ordered a glass of wine and waited, but still not live music. When I paid and asked about the piano music, I was told that the WM takes precedence and that it would return later. When I left it was the first time that I felt that it was good that I was walking instead of driving. I had 2 glasses of wine at the Stammtisch and another at the ...
... to the Lehmanns, but they left with promises to visit us in England and off we went to Dresden.
We decided to split ourselves up so that Hubby had Ulrike as a guide in our car, and I travelled with Uwe, Anna & Christoph, who did a very good job of driving - young Germans can have a licence at 17 but must spend the year after passing their test driving with a nominated ...