BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Bautzen
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... which is the quirkiest of the quirky streets, with its artwork on the walls, petruding out of the walls in places (i.e. sculptures grafted onto the walls), and, best of all, the pretty and pretty weird artwork made from gutters, all down the side of the last building in the street. It was dry when we were there, but, during rain, the rainwater cascades down a series of gutters, shaped and moulded to run in wonky courses from the roof to a ...
... wall fell, many of the ruins that the communist government had kept as memorials, were rebuilt to look like they did before their destruction. So despite the fact that many of the buildings are in fact quite new, the Altstadt still feels like the Germany of old.
We spent the afternoon we arrived wondering around the Altstadt’s new/old buildings such as the huge baroque Zwinger complex that used to be the playground the rich and famous in the 18th ...
... that has advertised live piano music on Thursday evenings. When I arrived there was only soft music on speakers playing. I ordered a glass of wine and waited, but still not live music. When I paid and asked about the piano music, I was told that the WM takes precedence and that it would return later. When I left it was the first time that I felt that it was good that I was walking instead of driving. I had 2 glasses of wine at the Stammtisch and another at the ...
... to the Lehmanns, but they left with promises to visit us in England and off we went to Dresden.
We decided to split ourselves up so that Hubby had Ulrike as a guide in our car, and I travelled with Uwe, Anna & Christoph, who did a very good job of driving - young Germans can have a licence at 17 but must spend the year after passing their test driving with a nominated ...
... try regional specialties. However, part of the real experience came after the meal. In preparation for this, they asked the two couples that were sitting at the one table to join me so that they could make more room. Then a group of 4 people from the restaurant came into the room dressed in typical Sorbian clothing and performed dances and sang songs that were traditional to their culture. They also gave a rather lengthy explanation about their culture and customs. This ...