Hotel Elbflorenz Dresden
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... is somewhat surprising, considering the hammering it received during WWII - particularly on Kristallnacht.
The city is a mix of very modern development and new shopping malls and shops along with the 15th And 16th century historic buildings and cobblestone streets.
We continued to check out the town until 7:30 when our bodies ran out of fuel. Before heading to bed, we shared a bottle of Reisling in the room and toasted the city if Dresden.
our first stop in Germany was the city of Dresden. Many impressive structures and a statue of Martin Luther at the centre square. A local speciality of curry wurst at a very mild level 2 out of 7. bearing in mind that 3 is as hot as tobasco sauce. Back onto bus then to Berlin! (And the ...
... little strange considering the ruthless suppressive regime that it was.
There really wasn’t a lot in the Aldstadt in terms of nightlife, so being a Saturday night, we got a tram over to the Neustadt, and thanks to another trusty Use-It guide, did a tour of some great drinking and eating places. We had a few sidewalk beers watching the world go by at Bautzner Tor, before filling up at Curry & Co, where the “Knights of the Sausage table” served ...
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Behind the church is another great building, the Cosel Palace (now The Grand Café) named after a mistress of August ll. She must have been very important to him, as her palace is beautiful in yellow and white with crenellations and decorations everywhere!
We marveled at the Art School, yet another impressive building, then headed down to Auguststrasse to see the Procession of ...
... the capital of Saxony. We are on the autobahn at the moment. Buss are Limey Ted to 100 but other than that thee is no speed limit. Car are zipping by us every couple of seconds. Very quick! -Billy James Dresden, once call the the Florence of the Elbe and world famous for its Frauenkirsche and rebuilt historical centre destroyed during the Second World War. Dresden is seeking to regain the kind of cultural importance it held from the 19th century until the 1920s, when it was a center ...