Hotel & Restaurant Klosterhof
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
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... 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, including the Katholische Hofkirche, the Semper Oper and ...
Inside of a road side stop, we got to go into Dresden for a bit less than 2 hours. The city is really beautiful and the contrast between old and new is amazing. There is an old/new Church there and the reconstruction since it was destroyed in the war only finished a decade ago. They've used as many of the old blocks as possible and you can see the scorch marks from the bombs but the rest of ...
... the full menu there were four (they must have been too hard for them to translate or something) so Julia and Korbi read them out to us, helping each other with the right English words to describe it. They recommended a dish and mum and I shared a stuffed cabbage with mushrooms and violet potatoes. It was a really hearty meal and I am glad we shared but it felt like we were eating real German food and it wasn't too bad ;) After dinner we got the car and, with a ...
... is a lot of controversy on that as well. A high number of casualties came from those bombings yet lives were saved with what could be called "insurance" to guarantee the war's end. Many of these buildings were rebuilt after the war using as much of the original remains as possible. They made a conscious decision not to refresh or clean any of the old materials for purposes of preserving history as well as not degrading the the strength of the buildings.
... and I think it might be because they're like 3D picture books. And I loove picture books. Of course everything is "interesting" to look at and read about. But I think museums also give you an experience of being led through those many different specific emotions that you may get from those objects.