Hotel Elbdamm garni
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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 ...
It was time to leave Berlin. We got up and headed across the street to the cafe and had ourselves the typical breakfast that seems to greet us each morning: rolls, cold cuts, cheese, tomato/cucumber, hard boiled egg, coffee and juice. It seems everywhere we saw breakfast served, these were the key components.
Next step was to check out of the ibis hotel. It was an excellent A-1 stay - location, price, convenience - highly recommended.
... People perhaps weren’t as friendly, and were slightly more reserved than some of the other European countries we have been to, but I certainly wouldn’t say they were rude or unapproachable. Many would nod or say hello. It was great to get a taste of Germany, and what a place this would have been to celebrate their WC win with them! If only we’d been there a week earlier! Never mind! I’m still glad our silly mix up sent us on our detour to Dresden!
... interesting - wine tasting! We are now experts, knowing how to check the aroma, check the acidity on the palate, and all about after-taste - and we didn't spit it out either. Shopping in Asda will never be the same again!
After all the talk about recent floods, we were late arriving in Torgau due to low water levels. Arrived at 6, went straight on a guided walk and got back just in time for dinner at 7. Joined by six more Americans, this time from Georgia ...
... casualties, while right-wing groups continue to claim that up to 500,000 people died. After the Second World War, Dresden became a major industrial center in the German Democratic Republic (former East Germany) with a great deal of research infrastructure. Many important historic buildings were rebuilt, including the Semper Opera House, the Zwinger Palace and a great many other historic buildings, although the city leaders chose to reconstruct ...