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... at work And meat roasting spits Live entertainment And made to wear kits The fair maiden, I Tried my archery skills If the target were game I'd have bulls eyed two kills All other markets Just seemed not compare But were still fun to visit In the cool Christmas air ~ Now when we think diary, Or at least kiwis do, We think lollies and ice blocks And Indians too Well we found a dairy Pfund's, true to its name Selling cheeses and milks In ...
... that followed. An estimated 35,000-135,000 people were killed, with the figures so broad due to the unknown thousands of refugees in the town fleeing the Russian advance that were also killed. It's a very controversial element of the war as the town had no economic, strategic, or resource worth and was full only of civilians. It took two weeks to openly cremate all of the victims. Horrific. The town is now very beautiful, with ...
That afternoon we
visited the Konigstein Fortress, this again is another wonderful feet of
engineering and a very interesting place to explore.
Our accommodation in
Dresden was at the A&O Hotel, this is a basic but excellent value hotel
that appeared to cater to all age groups regardless and was again in the city
and a very good base from which to explore the city on foot.
... I was determined to make the most of my only full day in Dresden. I met Ullrich for my 'tour' at 9 and spent the next couple of hours wandering the city! Because he didn't know much English he had gone out and brought a guide book for me, so I knew what the places were! He did attempt some English though, and told me about the King that had 3 children with his mattress! I can only assume he meant mistress. But of course it was nice of him ...
... Great, who ruled from 1127 to 1156 and ended with Friedrich August III, who ruled between 1904 and 1918, as Saxony's last king. All the people depicted were shown in contemporary clothing styles.
The Katholische Hofkirche was a Catholic Church built between 1739-1754, so August the Strong could become King of Poland, a Catholic country. It had the look of Roman Baroque style and was a stone’s throw from the River Elbe. The crypt ...