AZIMUT Hotel Dresden
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... and boxy, but without the usual ugliness of boxy structures.
With dinner and a movie in our flat - just like having our place again! - we enjoyed an evening together, before checking out the following day. We left our luggage with the receptionist, then walked around the Old Town for the day. This time, we investigated much more closely the sights that we had glossed over the previous day. Just around the corner from our flat, for instance, was ...
... a smooth check-in.
It has to be said that 1/2 day in Dresden is not enough. With travel to and from, it is pretty much essential that you have at least a 2 night stay. We didn't so we short-changed ourselves and did not do justice to Dresden.
We had a quick snack of rolls and peanut-butter then struck out to see the sights around 2:00. There are too many sights to describe. Suffice to say that Dresden is absolutely loaded with fine old ...
... they had not decided to rebuild the Altstadt in this way. It is beautiful, but in some ways I think it is fake and even means forgetting (or down playing?) their dark history by rebuilding everything so it looks the same as it did before. They could have rebuilt things in a more modern, bright and refreshed way, whilst still paying homage to their history, and giving more meaning to the few buildings that did survive the war and bombings. But perhaps this would be fake too. ...
... to leave them and the first night we were walking around as they were closing up for the night!!
The best, BEST time to visit Germany is before Christmas, to see these amazing markets. There are so many of them, and I would love to see them all. Each one we went to had something just that little bit different from the others. Another time we’ll have to visit all the ones in Bavaria, I bet they are wonderful too!
... 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 exposed ...