Hotel Bayerischer Hof
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Dresden has a long history as the capital and royal residence for the Electors and Kings of Saxony, who for centuries furnished the city with cultural and artistic splendor. The city was known as the Jewel Box, because of its baroque and rococo city center. The controversial British and American bombing of Dresden in World War II ...
Inside of a road side stop, we got to go into Dresden for a bit less than 2 hours. The city is really beautiful and the contrast between old and new is amazing. There is an old/new Church there and the reconstruction since it was destroyed in the war only finished a decade ago. They've used as many of the old blocks as possible and you can see the scorch marks from the bombs but the rest of ...
... to sit side by side today instead of in our own cabin both by the window, but you can't have everything. We had a change of train at Nuremberg. The man that reserved our seats for us told us that there would be a transfer and it was just on the next platform and only ten minutes. Sooo.... When the train stopped at Nuremberg we were ready. We got straight of the train and moved across to the next platform with great efficiency, but there was no train. The train ...
... have looked like when they were first built. As this church is really only 20 years old, the interior is fresh and detailed - copied from photos and plans of the original structure. It is a shame that it had to be bombed and rebuilt to achieve such a magnificent building.
Our visit to Dresden coincided with rain, so it was nice not to be on the bike for a few days. We had decided to stay in Dresden for 3 nights. Firstly because we ...
... final 15km were quite hilly with a very long and steep climb into the city. It is a beautiful place with some buildings dating from the 13th century. Sitting in the main square as the sun set behind the Rathaus (town hall circa 1250) made the climbs worthwhile.
The next day our destination was the evocatively named Dinklesbuhl. Our hotel was in the heart of the old town and for an extra ten euros we upgraded our accommodation to a two ...