Holz Pension Sudwesthang

Sudwesthang 8, Dresden, Saxony, 01187, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dresden

The original Christmas markets!

A travel blog entry by vegi_table


... almost 100% of the train trips we’ve made, there have been delays, and not just on one train, but each of the connecting trains (which actually sometimes is handy, because even if you’re late, you can hope the next train will be late too!!!). It is a real shame. I love train travel, but it is annoying when they are so unreliable now, not to mention that they are so often packed, obviously less trains are running and ...

Day 3 - Dresden Rebuilt

A travel blog entry by wjtoh


... proceeded to the ruins of Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady), a church with baroque architecture. Near to the church is the Fürstenzug, a large mural of the rulers of Saxony. The mural was etched on a long structure and the build-up of the mural made it look very impressive. After the highlights of Dresden was a coach ride all the way to the capital of Germany, Berlin.

Days 98 & 99 - Don't doubt Dresden

A travel blog entry by lauren-brendan


... on skype and viber before finally leaving the hostel around lunch. We grabbed some treats from the bakery (they do the best pastries here!) and headed to a huge park in the Old Town for lunch. Seeing as it was such a nice day, we had packed our togs and then headed to the local pools for a swim. These were like a mini Waiwera with hot pools, cold pools, a spa and even a hydro-slide. Unfortunately the hydro-slide was a let down, much to Brendan's disappointment but ...

Slaughterhouse 5

A travel blog entry by kristineg


... a natural park, the third a Japanese inspired castle and the fourth, a hunting palace. Jer and I decided to venture out to the hunting palace Moritzburg,
Moritzburg was about 20 minutes by bus outside of Dresden. It was the strangest castle/palace that we have been to on this trip. It really was only meant to be used when the Royals fancied a bit of hunting. It had a man made lake built all around it so that it is sitting on its ...


A travel blog entry by sarahrussell


... supplies for breakfast and dinner. Then headed out in the rain to find old town and something to do. Found some markets, not all that fantastic and found the mall. Success and that was pretty much where we stayed out of the rain for most of the afternoon till we wandered home, past a few sights, took a few snaps, bought a few postcards and home to cook our dinner and chill while looking forward to ...


This hotel, located in the Cotta area of Dresden, is near Procession of Princes, Bruehl Terrace, VW's Glass Factory (Die Glaserne Manufaktur), and Neumarkt.
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