Days Inn Dresden

Strehlener Str 20, Dresden, Saxony, 01069, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Plauen area of Dresden, is near Procession of Princes, Bruehl Terrace, VW's Glass Factory (Die Glaserne Manufaktur), and Deutsches Hygiene-Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Dresden

    A visit to the former East Germany.....

    A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 03, 2014

    9 photos

    ... Bundeswehr Museum of Military History. The first part was constructed in 1877 and the "wedge" was added in 2011. The overall design with the wedge cutting through the arsenal is supposed to symbolize the eventful military history of Germany. The focus of the displays is not to present a biased view, but rather to challenge traditional perspectives and to inspire public debate on the war and military in the past, present and future.

    When I went to ...

    Zwing!

    A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Aug 18, 2014

    154 photos

    ... off for a while, and we enjoyed the sight of the wonderful, old buildings (painstakingly restored from War-time bombing), and the large riverboats too, which take daytrippers along the Elbe and its tributaries to places like Leipzig.

    The New Town is much more modern, and "bohemian", which in this case means lots of arty cafes and shops, graffiti (some beautiful, some not) and quirky people, students and all the rest of it. We walked up ...

    World Cup Fever

    A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Jul 21, 2014

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... Of the buildings that did survive, there is the lovely old Kreuzkirche. We opted to climb the steps of the 54 metre tower here rather than take the elevator to the top of the newly built Frauenkirche. Full 360 degree views of the city from the top, where we took some time to reflect on what the city must have looked like after it was almost flattened to the ground in 1945.

    The oldest part of town is the Bruhlsche Terrasse, or Balcony of Europe, a 500 metre stretch of ...

    Germany

    A travel blog entry by misselaineo.us on Mar 10, 2014

    20 photos

    ... cycle tour. Finally a guide and someone who knew the city. There were eight of us, five Germans who knew each other, and Alaskan, an Englishman, and a Brazilian turned French. It was a fun day, but again, fitting in so much that there was no time to walk in anywhere. I was amazed that I still saw almost nothing repeated from a whole day already of cycling. This is a city with lots to see. I still don't feel like I've seen nearly enough. Our guide, named Daniel was great and ...

    The Controversial WWII bombing

    A travel blog entry by jimandi on Aug 01, 2013

    ... casualties, while right-wing groups continue to claim that up to 500,000 people died. After the Second World War, Dresden became a major industrial center in the German Democratic Republic (former East Germany) with a great deal of research infrastructure. Many important historic buildings were rebuilt, including the Semper Opera House, the Zwinger Palace and a great many other historic buildings, although the city leaders chose to reconstruct ...