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TravelPod Member ReviewsBulow Palais Dresden
We stayed at a nice, spacious room in the rear. Great service, and the breakfast in the room was excellent.
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... February bombings. The Semperoper was open for tours so we took the 3:00 pm English speaking tour and received a fascinating insight into the history and reconstruction of this magnificent Opera House. We then visited the Zwinger complex which housed a few of the 48 museums in Dresden. The mathematics and sciences museum beckoned but the lateness of the hour and our 2 hour drive to Berlin beckoned. We reached our hotel in the north eastern suburbs of Berlin around 7:30 ...
... stay the night outside the shop and said I could use the shower and washing machine so I took full advantage and was introduced to the rest of the team. It was not long before I was sat in front of a long burner surfing the net with a beer in my ...
... campsite on the outskirts but as reception was closed the gardener just pointed me to the motorhome section. after looking around I saw a desert colour DAF truck and I thought that was a good spot.
While I was making tea the own of the truck Tim came past and said hello and realised I was English and said "later you come for beer". jus as I was putting my cooker away Tim handed me a beer. I quickly put the rest of my stuff away and went in to the back of his truck and a few ...
... they please (mostly on the sidewalk in this case!). It doesn’t feel unsafe or unruly at all, but I must admit, having throngs of mostly youngsters crowding up the footpaths and sitting in the gutters does come across a little grotty. If you can drink anywhere, surely you’d find a nice park or courtyard rather than the gutter!!? Geez, I must be getting old! We joined them in buying a few bottles from a night shop, but rather than sitting in the gutter, we ...
... Dresden was populated by some of Europe's most innovative musicians, painters and architects and the city would establish itself as a leader in technology and art. When the bombs fell tens of thousands of people crammed their way into trams and shelters to escape the molten tar that tore away at their shoes on the street. The power of the firestorm ripped apart houses and carbon monoxide suffocated the atmosphere. The iconic landscape, another casualty of war, lay ...