Ramada Hotel Dresden
Travel Blogs from Dresden
Woke up early in Berlin and did some final shopping. The girls bought some Birkenstocks for home. Caught a late morning train to Dresden. Was a smooth 2.5 hours ride. Felt like we were on a modernized Hogwarts Express. Pretty neat. We did get off on the wrong stop thanks to me. Did not realize Dresden had like 3 stops. Was pretty quick catching the …
Today, we explored Dresden a little more. The city is very quiet and totally opposite of the hustle and bustle of Berlin. I found it pretty relaxing. There is still a lot of reconstruction going on with construction sites and cranes all over the place. Despite that there was still plenty to see. The day went pretty well except for a rough patch on …
... Carolina. More lovely people (but just a little loud!).
Squeezed in another quick walk into town before returning to catch the end of a talk by a lady explaining her experiences of life in East Germany. Fascinating talk - wish we had stayed to hear it all.
Tomorrow's activities while sailing include a towel-folding demonstration by housekeeper Mihaila followed by a flower painting competition. Not sure I will be able to sleep tonight with all the ...
Today we head to Berlin but not before making a quick stop in Dresden on the way. It was pretty badly bombed during the 2nd world war, some of the buildings are still blackened from the heat of the explosions which is pretty crazy. We stayed here for lunch so had a currywurst, which essentially just a frankfurter in curry. Not sure what I was expecting but it wasn't that. Although it was ...
... flags and German beer (getting quite used to all this beer!).
This afternoon we went ashore for our coach trip to Bastei, a rock formation 600ft above the Elbe with fantastic views down to the river. Well the postcard showed the fantastic view as we couldn't even see the river! At least the bright red brollies were colourful.
Had a quick look around Bad Schandau ...
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