DORMERO Hotel Konigshof 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 ...
... war, Mikey thought it would be a good idea to watch some documentaries on WWII which have been horrifying to say the least. Watching the scenes of Dresden burning to the ground after we were only there a week or so ago, was shocking. Hard to believe that this was only 70 years ago, and unbelievable to think how the city could have picked itself back up and rebuilt itself to what it is today.
They have rebuilt many of the buildings in the older style, and since ...
... not mind to visit the churches. Times left for few hours then we said goodbye. I took a train to the station with also no pay because I don’t know how to do. Stopped at the same train station and try to find the train to my next destination. Travel Notes 1. Don’t overslept and make sure you are stop at the correct station 2. If you don’t know local languages, you better to ask someone around you than you are quiet and lost 3. Know how to pay for ...
... br> The USAF report also states that two of Dresden's traffic routes were of military importance: north-south from Germany to Czechoslovakia, and east-west along the central European uplands. The city was at the junction of the Berlin-Prague-Vienna railway line, as well as the Munich-Breslau, and Hamburg-Leipzig. Colonel Harold E. Cook, a US POW held in the Friedrichstadt marshaling yard on Feb 12, 1945, later said that "I saw with my own eyes ...