Hotel am Larchenberg
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Dresden has a long history as the capital and royal residence for the Electors and Kings of Saxony, who for centuries furnished the city with cultural and artistic splendor. The city was known as the Jewel Box, because of its baroque and rococo city center. The controversial British and American bombing of Dresden in World War II ...
Inside of a road side stop, we got to go into Dresden for a bit less than 2 hours. The city is really beautiful and the contrast between old and new is amazing. There is an old/new Church there and the reconstruction since it was destroyed in the war only finished a decade ago. They've used as many of the old blocks as possible and you can see the scorch marks from the bombs but the rest of ...
... 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 ...
... remaining buildings which were still standing but luckily this didn't happen. So when reunification occurred in 1989 the city decided to rebuild in the original baroque and rococo styles using original plans and material where possible. Today most of Dresden's centre has been restored and it is hard to believe it is not the original. Our guide was again very informative with the history of the city and it's buildings, as well ...
... walking time that I had better head back to the train station instead to be sure that I didn’t miss my train back to Bautzen. My only transfer on the return journey was in Dresden where I had a bit more than an hour layover. I took a walk to the edge of the old part of town which took me also through a very long pedestrian zone filled with modern shops. When I arrived back in Bautzen, I stopped to enjoy some food and drink at the 1012th city ...