Art-Hotel Charlottenburger Hof
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... head to Bree’s parent’s room to see what the plan would be for the evening the bells started tolling very regularly and in a repeating pattern. Finding this a little odd we headed to their room and sure enough we discovered what was going on. Denny and Candy had a wonderful corner room with a big bay window facing the cathedral and so it turned out that they had a front row seat for a special event that took place once a week…bell practice. It turns out ...
... to be denied including a random girl that discovered we were going and a seriously disable ex-military guy from the US. I really wish we could have taken the disabled guy as he was incredibly interesting to talk to and would probably have really enjoyed the challenge. Hopefully he gets to go with another group while he is travelling.
It only took a short bus ride to get to EXIT and after waiting around for the lone employee to sort out ...
... Again the facilities were in excellent condition (but back to no toilet paper and soap – strictly byo).
One of the campsite neighbours is "The Pavilion" and is regularly used for large shows. Saturday was no exception! Fortunately we got back late from our tramping around so we missed a large part of the electronic extravaganza. Anyway we were not let down - the thump, thump, boom – boom, repeat phrasing, followed by the just as regular stretch of silence, ...
... to Checkpoint Charlie and saw a recreation of American soldiers standing in front of a gate. This was also where we had a lunch break at the Einstein Cafe. I hade apple streusel with custard and it was amazing. After lunch, we walked to the remnants of the Berlin Wall, then over to the location of Hitler's bunker (now a parking lot). On the way, we saw a statue of Georg Elser, one of many who attempted to assassinate Hitler. We then walked to the ...
... the tour we got to sit in a Phaeton, they are indeed a lovely car but sadly, one I don't think I'll be able to afford anytime soon! I highly recommend doing the tour if you're in Dresden and have any interest in cars or robots or anything like that.
After the factory tour we then did a tour of the opera house, which as with the other buildings in the city, had only recently been restored. The work they'd done was amazing. Glenn ...