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... which is the quirkiest of the quirky streets, with its artwork on the walls, petruding out of the walls in places (i.e. sculptures grafted onto the walls), and, best of all, the pretty and pretty weird artwork made from gutters, all down the side of the last building in the street. It was dry when we were there, but, during rain, the rainwater cascades down a series of gutters, shaped and moulded to run in wonky courses from the roof to a ...
... was a 5 minute walk from the hotel and we traveled the 8 minutes to the Zoo train station. From there, we took a train to the hauptbahnhof dot our train to Dresden.
The train was almost 1/2 hour late and it was pretty crowded. But we had seat reservations so we were okay. It was an uneventful ride to Dresden.
After we arrived at the Dresden hauptbahnhof around 12:45 we figured out where our hotel was located. It was about a 15 minute walk and ...
... set up there instead, so we sat outside drinking too much cheap beer. It was close to midnight when we left there, and the party still hadn’t even gotten started yet!
We were feeling a bit sorry for ourselves the next morning, and after a very slow start decided to spend the afternoon at Dresden’s Hygiene museum. It was stinking hot, so being inside in the aircon appealed, and it was actually a really cool museum! It’s about all aspects of ...
... Always supportive. Breast cancer
took her too soon.
When I finally stop running I am drenched in
sweat, and then my legs start to become un-numb, as do my arms and back
and neck and hips... But ted slowly calms down, quiets and goes into his
hibernation. I can't even tell Ted is there when I'm not exercising
unless I look down and see the lump. Cause that's what he is, actually.
Ted's not a tumor. That's just what my brother said ...
... of the city in a "socialist modern" style, partly for economic reasons, but also to break away from the city's past as the royal capital of Saxony and a stronghold of the German bourgeoisie. However, some of the bombed-out ruins of churches, royal buildings and palaces, such as the Gothic Sophienkirche, the Alberttheater and the Wackerbarth-Palais were razed by the Soviet and East German authorities in the 1950s and 1960s instead of being repaired.