Butterberg Berg-Gasthof

Address: Butterberg 1, Bischofswerda, Saxony, 01877, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Butterberg 1, Bischofswerda.
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      Travel Blogs from Bischofswerda

      Desifering Dresden

      A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Dec 03, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... up his time to show me around, and attempt to speak English. We communicated better than we would have if we'd been speaking in German. I then went back to the hostel to warm up. I took a lay down on my bed for a few minutes, and woke up 3 hours later! I went out to look round the city in the evening, and the Christmas markets! They were much better than the markets in Berlin, and Dresden also has the oldest Christmas market in Germany! Men ...

      A quick walk through the city center and palace

      A travel blog entry by astre on Oct 10, 2014

      7 photos

      ... in Dresden are pretty and the view of the city centre was impressive.

      We spent the afternoon and early evening on the train.

      ~~~ The first night we got to Dresden we had dinner at the restaurant recommended by the tour book in Neustadt. It had cute appetizer food in glass jars. The decor was special. That street is flooded with young people (going to bars perhaps). It was in Dresden that we felt that it's kinda cold in Germany.
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      Beautiful rocks

      A travel blog entry by astre on Oct 09, 2014

      7 photos

      ... to Koenigstein. We found the Fusten Express to go up there for 3 euros per person. We didn't buy the return ticket...

      We took an open top bus first then a little red train. The entrance fee for the fortress was 8 euros per person. It used a big lift that can fit 60 people or a car. The towers and fortress weren't too impressive. I grew tired listening to the audio guide :P The view was amazing. ...

      A nice surprise of the towers town

      A travel blog entry by astre on Oct 08, 2014

      7 photos

      ... A lady was sticking her middle finger out when mom sped across a red light... she was kind and was trying to say she'll get fined if there is police. We ran back to the station... we made it!

      Bautzen was very nice. It's a cute town. We spent 1.5 hours there but saw many things. We were given a free map at the tourist office :) The lady was kind enough to give it to us for free. We got two ice cream there.... trying to relieve my stress ...

      The final concert - Bad Schmiedeberg

      A travel blog entry by nmpat-cyo on Jul 24, 2014

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... had an audience lead the Radetzky at various speeds the day before we felt it would be safer to use a conductor so Andy went up to get things going. The only slight snag was that we hadn't planned for a third encore and had only let the orchestra know about Shepherd's Hey and William Tell...as a result the kids took a while finding the music and many had left parts in the music box! Undeterred, 4 or 5 violin desks, most of the violas and a few ...