Hilton Dresden Hotel
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... again The dramatics of opera Seemed to know no refrain And when they were dead, For actually! Real! They bowed and kept bowing Like a stuck old film reel We clapped and kept clapping They kept bowing some more We were really just grateful They didn't sing in scene four I wouldn't say boring But you do get my gist? Another box ticked Off my life's bucket list ~ Warm roasted chestnuts Glittering lights A piano man busker Our three Dresden ...
... with another lamp on top of a very nice looking upright piano which he was playing to himself, turning the pages and playing with what looked like professional confidence. I watched him for a couple of moments before heading back inside due to the cold. I love people watching, it can be incredibly fascinating getting a tiny look at the lives of other people especially in other countries. Another big day tomorrow I think. Until then! ...
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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 ...
... This was to prove a veritable pot-pourri of treats, ancient and modern. A veritable Chamber of Surprises, an eclectic mix of objects and artwork, ensuring that we never knew what was to await us around each corner.Here are just some of the highlights, a bit like "The Generation Game" conveyor belt:
A Screen with theatrical folk merry-making, including a violinist and a drinking man, both hopping.
A charming Snow Dome exhibition.
A display of ...
... operatic voices. We stood transfixed 20 minutes as two Polish singers sang arias from opera and songs from musicals. What a treat, highlight of the whole day. From here we walked over the Frederich Augusta II bridge, a beautiful old structure which would have been heavily damaged during the war but is completely restored. The amazing thing about Dresden is that it was 90%25 destroyed with the bombing covering an area of 15 square kilometres, so all the ...