Hilton Dresden Hotel
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... top of the bell tower for some great views. Our favorite museum was the Science and Physics museum, which had cool exhibits on science from the 16th and 17th centuries when Prussia was at its height. Dresden was a key city in Prussia which included Eastern Germany and what's now W. Poland.
Once again, we lucked out on the weather. It was over 60 F. several days here. So we mostly just walked around and enjoyed the ...
Today we toured the porcelain factory on Meissen. Harry looked while I bought :). Because of demand for Chinese porcelain this factory was built in the mid 1700's..the first outside of Asia. Of course,it was incredibly beautiful and breathtakingly priced, but the artistry can't be topped. Last night we stayed in a stellplatze about 4 feet from the rivers edge. We met a lovely couple from the Netherlands who gave us valuable information about where to stay in ...
As our job/ course finished, we decided to head south for the winter to spend time with friends and family down there, before that though, I decided to visit someone from a previous job in Dresden.
Dresden is another historical place but even now it has its very modern parts (some very artistic areas too, and an outdoor gear store where you can test ...
... inside, as most larger European Churches are. I sat in one of the pews for a few minutes for some quiet reflection and to just look around. There was a sign at the front indicating “No Cameras” and “No Cellphones”, but people seemed to be using both freely, so I started to take pictures with my smaller camera (it’s less noticeable and more discreet than the 7D). Nobody said anything, so I’m assuming photos are ...
... of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand was sent here in 1914 and he died within its grim walls in wretched conditions in 1918. Unsurprisingly, the SS took over this already mighty prison in 1941, and turned it into a Concentration Camp for opponents of the Nazi Empire. Although the inevitable "Arbeit Macht Frei" was painted over the entrance, this was never a work camp like Mauthausen or Dachau; the extensive cells and imposing walls required no further frills: this ...