Plaza Alta Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... wonder how he first realised he had this talent. Hilarious stuff. After he finished a song or two he then started to play a digeredoo (well that is what it looked like anyway). And no, he didn't use his nose for that instrument.
We took a short boat ride down the river and up a canal or two. Learnt a fair bit about the bridges, the buildings and some of the Czech history, both prior to the Russian invasion, and ...
... shot with James, it's horrible, but we're both suddenly having an epiphany. We need everyone to have an absinthe together, this seemed paramount, it must succeed, off we went gathering everyone up, don't ask why just follow the golden haired beacon that is James. To the bar!
So this is where my memory disappears, at one point throughout the night Wasp, Jack, Myself and Paul are standing in a circle, beating our chests in our best Mathew McConaughey impression, ...
... my favourite things about train travel. That spike in BP that comes with getting off your train with two minutes left before departure. On to the crammed Second Class Car 258, and what do you know? Two seats! Those must be ours! Two nice young ladies from Glasgow assured us that we were on the right car. Right? Well, partially. Another nice young non-English speaking man happened along to say we were in his seats. Oops! There are the seat ...
... and meander through the Little Quarter with its character filled restaurants. Heading up the cobbled streets, we pass St Nicholas church and then on toward the Castle Quarter where the views back over the river are great. Many embassies seem to be based here; not a bad place to live! We watch the changing of the guards which is every hour. Below the castle are terraced gardens and the flowers along the way are lovely. We wind back down to the river for ...
... 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 ...