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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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... town of Pirna then got a train back. Pirna was a typical larger town with many charming old buildings, town square, cobblestone walkways, churches etc, so hard to take! The public transport in this country is most efficient, back to our hotel was so easy. Sunday was a much more strenuous day. There were hundreds of walking trails through this National Park which could be explored. We caught a tram inland, up the valley, then headed off into the hills. There is ...
... not the brown of our non-irrigated land. The soil also looks very rich and you could probably grow almost any cool climate crop.
Interestingly, much of the Romantic Strasse is also a part of the Via Claudius Augusta which is the old Roman road that links the Po river valley in northern Italy to southern Germany and is apparently much used by cyclists, of whom we have seen none.
... 40km. Tomorrow we follow the Tauber to Rothenburg where Werner was born. It is about 75 km over mostly flat terrain except for the last ten when we get more rolling hills.
Today was all about the sheims. Tauberbischofsheim (overnight stop), Igersheim, Markelsheim, Weikersheim et al. All beautiful little medieval villages we passed through on our way to Rothenburg, one of the oldest walled cities in Germany and birthplace of ...
... a fiendishly difficult city to get into a snap. Great signage (along the entire route actually), and dedicated paths and bridges that led us right to the centre of town.
Many of the towns and villages retain their cobblestone streets and you encounter it on the cycle path as well. Werner and I have become connoisseurs of cobble and have developed our own system of cobblestone classification. First there is rideable ...
... ist. Aber ich war nicht sicher was ich besuchen soll. Man muss plannen, es ist sehr wichtig, besonders ob sie nur für ein tag besuchen möchte. Nevertheless, I decided to do a walking tour on Saturday morning. Our guide showed us around all the important buildings that were destroyed during the air raids in 1945. Apparently 1 bomb was dropped for every 2 civilians in Dresden, so not much was left of the city at all after the war. 25,000 people were killed, in ...