Apparthotel Am Schlossberg
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... good (for a change).
We walked further down into the Old Town to the Altmarkt (Old Market), which is now no longer used as a marketplace, but it is a large square, surrounded by cafes and an old church in one corner. We had burgers for lunch, then it was time for a return to collect our bags and head to the station, back to Prague on our 5pm train.
Dresden was a really good stay, and perfect for an overnight stay.
Martin & ...
... a smooth check-in.
It has to be said that 1/2 day in Dresden is not enough. With travel to and from, it is pretty much essential that you have at least a 2 night stay. We didn't so we short-changed ourselves and did not do justice to Dresden.
We had a quick snack of rolls and peanut-butter then struck out to see the sights around 2:00. There are too many sights to describe. Suffice to say that Dresden is absolutely loaded with fine old ...
... the street with ours. We then spent the rest of the night at Ostpol, which of all the clubs and bars listed in Use-It sounded the most like our kind of place. Inside was like going back in time to an old East German GDR bar with couches that looked like they belonged in your grandparents lounge room, and retro computer games like Pong. Unfortunately the table tennis table wasn’t in action (I was hoping to kick Mikey’s butt at a few games) as they had a DJ and ...
Was beaten to the bathroom by Colin this morning at 7am as the ship was about to 'cast off' (I'm learning all the nautical terms!). I lay in bed watching the view from the bridge on our TV. While I had my shower he was up on the sun deck with the camera.
After breakfast we went up to the sun deck but weather was not brilliant - heavy drizzle. We missed the German lesson to ...
... 1990, Dresden has made an excellent recovery based on our brief walking tour thru the areas of greatest destruction. Support from around the world, especially from the US and Britain has played a major role in the rebuilding effort.
Dresden was Germany's seventh-largest city and, according to the RAF at the time, the largest remaining unbombed built-up area. An official 1942 guide to the city described it as "one of the foremost ...