The Golden Horseshoe Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... they were so beautiful.
Later on, whilst sitting in the castle grounds minding our own business, a random guy came up to us with the cheesiest chat up line in the world which was: 'nice view', which we responded with 'yeah it's beautiful' to which he came out with, 'oh, I was talking about you two!' - absolute cringe! I think the funniest part of this though is that when he came up to us I was being a muppet and had my sunglasses on upside down and looked like a complete ...
... overpriced and aimed at tourists. After a lovely dinner (I had duck and Claudio had beef medallions) washed down with a couple of Mojitos we wandered in the wrong direction to the bar. After stopping to ask a local for directions we found the bar and as it was before midnight it was not too busy. But it soon filled up and was packed by about 1am. There was an incident that occurred in the bar around 230am which was quite scary and forced us outside and we made our way back to the ...
... Vladislav Hall, built in 1492 is enormous; apparently it could be used for jousting! We have a look into the room used by the Bohemian Regional Assembly (including king, archbishop and nobility who ruled the nation. On to St George's chapel which is old and made out of limestone. It's a lot simpler. The Golden Lane is a section of the old wall where the guards asked permission to fill in the arches with dwellings which resulted ...
... on, some of the old city gates. After a bit more wandering, we stopped for a couple of beers and a very measly plate of chips, before slowly heading back towards our hostel. We decided en route not to risk cooking in the awful hostel kitchen, so opted for a Lebanese restaurant on the way home instead.
We stopped at the local supermarket on the way home, and bought milk and a few things for breakfast. After braving the horrible ...
... late. There were sleepers and 2 Second class seat carriages. The carriage we were in didn't have any air conditioning (that's why it was empty), so we moved and had to share. Grump grump. The other guy in our 6 seater compartment had the forward facing window seat - and he slept all the way. What a waste! The views were great.
The train line followed the Elbe River - "Dresden is divided by the Elbe, a river that runs from the mountains of ...