Holiday Inn Dresden
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... have been a real hassle for Annette to shift all our gear 12 items in a cab and then make two additional trips to retrieve the bikes. We took the risk that they would be OK, they had for the previous two days, they were in the same spot, so all good. We checked the address that was on the Police report to discover that I was hit out the front of our hotel! Things may have been different if I had ID and the name of my hotel on me. But, not to be. We loaded the panniers onto the ...
Another warm, sunny day, and for us a rest day. We were up early, as usual, walked to the train station at 9am to check email and bill payments (there is free email here while the booking office is open, unlike the hotel where you have to pay). We then spent the rest of the morning quietly in our ...
... what we will do on Thursday.
The quilts on our bed were very thick and far too warm so we elected to use our own sleeping bags and quillt liner rather than the hotel supplied linen (what are you supposed to do, run the air conditioning at 5 degrees so you need such a heavy quilt?). The pillows were very small (unusual for Germany) and did not provide enough support so we used our own blow-up camping pillows. Although the bed was very hard (harder than ...
... hat entschieden dass wir Mineralwasser trinken sollen? Ob sie etwas spritzig will, man soll kohlensäurehaltiges Getränk trinken! Normalerweise trinken wir Totwasser in England. Man muss der Kellner Oder Kellnerin gefragt ob sie Mineralwasser trinken möchte. 2. It does not get dark here until at least 10:30 at night. As I said I went to bed at 9pm yesterday and it was so bright outside. I felt like an old lady going to sleep at 9pm whilst people my age ...
... Dresden was an armed camp: thousands of German troops, tanks and artillery and miles of freight cars loaded with supplies supporting and transporting German logistics towards the east to meet the Russians."
From Feb 13-15, 1945, the inner city of Dresden was largely destroyed by 722 RAF and 527 USAAF bombers that dropped 2431 tons of high explosive bombs, and 1475.9 tons of incendiaries. The high explosive bombs damaged buildings and ...