BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Bautzen
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... end of the war killed approximately 25,000, many of whom were civilians, and destroyed the entire city center. The bombing gutted the city, as it did for other major German cities. After the war restoration work has helped to reconstruct parts of the historic inner city, including the Katholische Hofkirche, the Semper Oper and ...
... from the surrounds as well. The commentator spoke in German and then in English. Korbi added things if he thought they were lost in the translation. It was a great afternoon. When Julia finished work she met us at the end of the bus tour. It was fantastic to see them both again. We walked through the centre of Munich to see up close the best of what we saw on the bus and have some time to ask questions and take photos. As we were walking we tried ...
... and salad for lunch accompanied with a glass of red, of course :) it was really nice, a treasure amongst the heavy German food restaurants. We then walked through the Altmarkt (the market that has been the lifeblood of Dresden since its early years) back to the bus. I wasn't feeling very well by this point so we just stayed on the bus and went around on the rest of the tour to see the other sights. I fell asleep ...
... turn back to spring/fall temperatures. The high today was probably only around 65 degrees and the low tonight is predicted to be around 52. The same weather is predicted for the next 5 days. On a trip to the Kaufzentrum (shopping center) on Thursday the cover of the latest issue of Der Spiegel (news magazine similar to Time) caught my eye—"Mein Nachbar NSA" (my neighbor NSA). I actually went there to make a purchase. When I was unpacking from my trip last ...
We had a nice surprise to start our day, with the arrival of Anna, the daughter of Uwe and Ulrike, and who is at university in Bamberg; she had taken the train at 7am to join us for the day - it was lovely to see her again. Mario & Katrin laid on a sumptuous breakfast for all 11 of us, including a collection of rainbow-hued eggs, the like of which I have never seen before.