L Hotel Dresden Altstadt
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Teneale bore the brunt of road rage for a while but once we were on the Auto Bahn it was fine (we may not have a clutch left after trying to take off in 3rd almost a dozen times) Stretched the little diesel out to 160kph and still had Mercs and Beamers flying past. Mind you at this speed we were still only using 6L/100km - Quite economical! Was ...
This morning before leaving Wroclaw, I went for a walk around the Square and was not surprised to see it completely empty as it was Sunday. We left Wroclaw and headed to Germany. We had a stop just before the border to change money from zloty to euro and went from there. Upon arriving in Dresden, we had a couple of hours to explore before a walking tour started. I went walking around the Square right outside our ...
... you don’t think of the obvious and this proved to be a much cheaper and time effective option. It means a 10 hour bus ride, but it’s still better than the alternative. So we got that booked in as the seats were filling up fast.
We sat in the hotel foyer where the air con was working and made the most of our one hour free wi-fi to continue researching. Split accommodation is proving to be a bit of a challenge – ...
... top of the bell tower for some great views. Our favorite museum was the Science and Physics museum, which had cool exhibits on science from the 16th and 17th centuries when Prussia was at its height. Dresden was a key city in Prussia which included Eastern Germany and what's now W. Poland.
Once again, we lucked out on the weather. It was over 60 F. several days here. So we mostly just walked around and enjoyed the ...
... point that the patients above would have been the victims below 75 years ago. Someone came up to the basement window and peered down at us. It seems right that such a grim reminder of the T4 installation should remain here amidst a place of continuing care and treatment. It serves to highlight the gross inhumanity of these Nazi crimes and it shows the lasting triumph of good over evil.
An adjoining room contained a small number of photos of some of the victims, strikingly ...