Hotel Elbflorenz Dresden
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... full of fame All the ceilings and walls Were tiled ornately Like a right royal bathroom So pompous and greatly It's sure worth a Google To see of this place And sure worth the visit For a buttermilk taste ~ A day trip away First by train then on boat To the old sandstone mountains Across the Elbe we did float Our walking boots laced We were strong on ascent To the Bastei Bridge look out And the Castle we went Wild bare branched ...
... public square with Christmas markets and only a few ugly remains of square brown communist-era buildings. We had a yummy lunch followed by a divine dessert of a whole baked apple with cinnamon, custard, and whipped cream which was absolutely heavenly. Then it was on to Berlin, and straight to the Berlin Wall. There are only a few sections left standing in their original positions, with the rest marked out in distinct paving ...
Our next stop is
Dresden, unfortunately this was a very sad time for the family with Nathan's
father Malcolm passing away unexpectedly in Townsville. Mal had been sick for sometime but it was not
expected that he would pass away so quickly and Mal and the rest of Nathan’s
family were adamant that we still go on this trip, even if we were ...
... 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.
... in the Altmarkt, which was all jolliness and relaxation on a pleasant Sunday afternoon. But even though we have been to Dresden twice before, it is impossible to ignore the ever present stain of February 1945, when as many as 30 000 people died in a carefully planned bombing operation to wreak maximum havoc. It was spectacularly successful, as the city was destroyed in a perfect firestorm.
Reconstruction was delayed due to the frailties and foibles of ...