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... journey even given the road works and we arrived in Dresden just after 3pm (left Berlin at 1230) For a small(er) city it was quite busy. The hotel is nice and central and we walked to dinner. The city is amazing - considering most of it was destroyed by allied bombing in WW2 its been rebuilt and the buildings still look like they are hundreds of years ...
... then had some lunch with some Americans from the tour. Dresden Our tour guide took us around Dresden showing us the highlights and telling us some of the history. We first had a look at and inside Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady) which is a Protestant church. Many people think it is a Catholic Church because of the design and grandeur of the building. Inside was very ornate. In February, 1945, Dresden was bombed by ...
... going to walk into the old town, so we walked over the old cobblestoned way and plonked ourselves at McDonalds to have an icecream and use the wi-fi. It was also very hot in there, but at least we booked a few more nights ahead, and more importantly realized there is a bus from Vienna to Split in Croatia. For some reason we were going to bus it to Zagreb in Croatia first and then fly to split. Glad we thought to check out the ...
... Dresden, while listening and singing along to Spanish music -talking about and reflecting on our Mexico trip(2007) with Damaris -went shopping at Ikea with Damaris roommates -traveled on the autobahn to a nearby town to attend a worship and healing service Again... In German. It was a fascinating, interesting, and wonderful time in Dresden. And so good to be able to connect with Damaris again and to spend a few days with her and her wonderful ...
... of the largest Neo-Nazi demonstrations in the post-war history of Germany. Each year around the anniversary of the bombing of Dresden in World War II Neo-Nazis demonstrated to "mourn" what they call the "Allied bomb-holocaust". From 2010 on these demonstrations were prevented by antifascist counter-mobilizations who successfully blocked the annual Nazi-marches. We are in Dresden currently. It is not as cold as Leipzig. Izzy screamed because there was a whole pig roasting on a stick ...