Goldenes Fass Meissen
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... their depth' until they've played table football with Germans! I'm happy if I kick the ball the right way, these guys were passing along there line of players! We then went upstairs and it felt like we were in a different place! No music, just a few pool tables, air hockey table and even some guys playing chess! We had a few more drinks including a shot of pfeffi, a mint flavored shot! Despite not making it back to the hostel until the ...
Morning: walk through the city
I was so stressed running back from the palace to the hotel then to the train station.
I almost couldn't breathe... really afraid that I could not catch the train to Munich. I frantically checked my phone by the train schedule....
We bought a cat light at the palace shop. The shop has a cat outside where mom took a picture.
We saw swans and a dog lied next to mom on the ferry.
... us to ask the officer who spoke no English. We got a family day ticket for 18.50 euros. We met the Swiss guy and chatted a little and boarded the train at 9:51am.
Ascend to Bastei at 11 am. We got to the baste within an hour. It has very nice view of the Elbe (river). We also walked to Scho something which was 20 minutes from the bastei. There was a moist descent and I didn't like it. We ...
Now this is supposed to be a relaxing holiday, but alarm set for 5.45 this morning (yes 5.45). Wanted to make sure we were on deck before ship left Dresden. Only two of the Americans we had arranged to meet were up there, the others had looked out of the window, seen the thick fog, and gone back to sleep. Quiet in the restaurant for breakfast at 7 am.
Arrived in Meissen at 8.45 where three coaches were already waiting to take us to the porcelain factory. Very ...
... of Saxony came under his rule. The fortress was taken by the Prussians in the Seven Years War in the 1850s and a few decades later thereafter was part of the newly ascendent Empire (I really would have to look all this up to get dates straight; Germany as we know it didn't really exist until 1870 and the present borders only date from after WWII and then the reunification).
We enjoyed our visit and are relaxing in our apartment. ...