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... Crunching leaves on the ground Monster rock fingers Grew up every surround The sights were amazing, But our photos can't sell Of the shear height and glory That only nature can tell ~ Dinner and opera Sounds a fancy affair A night out, just us To end my twenty fifth year Well, not just us two, But a rioting crowd Joined in my birthday To get rowdy and loud We would have stayed on To thank them for coming But the cold of outside Was ...
... roads, buildings, and footpaths. It's now totally illegal to remove pieces of the wall so 99% of the souvenirs available claiming to be bits of the wall are fake, so I won't be bringing any back! The segment we visited is used as a street art gallery with extensive graffiti from numerous renowned artists decorating it. Some other sections are near the Brandenburg Gate, and around the old Gestapo and SS Headquarters building. ...
That afternoon we
visited the Konigstein Fortress, this again is another wonderful feet of
engineering and a very interesting place to explore.
Our accommodation in
Dresden was at the A&O Hotel, this is a basic but excellent value hotel
that appeared to cater to all age groups regardless and was again in the city
and a very good base from which to explore the city on foot.
... I was determined to make the most of my only full day in Dresden. I met Ullrich for my 'tour' at 9 and spent the next couple of hours wandering the city! Because he didn't know much English he had gone out and brought a guide book for me, so I knew what the places were! He did attempt some English though, and told me about the King that had 3 children with his mattress! I can only assume he meant mistress. But of course it was nice of him ...
... Jewel Box, because of its baroque and rococo city center. The controversial British and American bombing of Dresden in WWII towards the end of the war killed approximately 25,000, many of whom were civilians, and destroyed the entire city center. The bombing gutted the city, as it did for other major German cities. After the war restoration work has helped to reconstruct parts of the historic inner city, ....as well as the suburbs."