Hotel Rothenburger Hof
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... bent and twisted artefacts on display that were pulled from the ruin after the 13 February 1945 bombing firestorm. We then took a walk to the Bruhlsche Terrace which is an elevated terrace along the River Elbe and is aptly named "Balcony of Europe" with some great views of the majestic on both sides of the Elbe. We followed the Terrace down to the Residenzschloss (Royal Palace) and Semperoper (Opera House) which was rebuilt in 1977 after being totally destroyed in ...
Went into Dresden to do a bit f sight seeing and on the way out popped into touratech ost to have a look around. I was meet with a very warm reception and asking where I had come from and got onto the topic of me riding around the world. Jens invited ...
After a discussion with Nick about the best route to take to Dresden of I set for a nice ride though the Hearts mountains. It was a nice ride wit some great views. But after a few hours I stopped at .... and a fellow bike pulled up beside and we chatted for about an hour. for the rest of the journey I did a few miles on the autobahn and then just pulled back on the country roads. As I'm still adjusting to get in to a good routine I just pushed on through to get to Dresden. I ...
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.
... Outside was equally diverting, when we managed not to shiver too much. The palace sits grandly on the river bank of the Elbe, and its gardens are as varied as the House, with formal bits and shabbily elegant bits, a dazzling azalea display, a hothouse with interesting plants and statues, and an aptly named English garden, complete with pond and duck house.
Trams and buses brought us to Dresden city centre, and we appreciated an authentic Easter time ...