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We travelled to Dresden for an overnight stop, as a small break within our six night stay in Prague. Dresden is a two hour train journey from Prague, though with decidedly untypical inefficiency, our Deutsche Bahn train was late, again. We arrived in Dresden in the middle of the afternoon, then found our way by tram to our apartment for the night, near the Old Town.
The apartment was easily one of the best places we have stayed in all of our ...
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.
... ice room, and fake lake for testing out your newly bought rain jacket, climbing shoes or canoe! A fun day out for the whole family!
One of my favourite things about Dresden has to be the cute little Ampelfiguren (traffic light figures). Male and female figures with hats and pony tails flash gaily indicating for pedestrians crossing the road. Apparently these were born after the war as part of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) and are very East German, which ...
... can't be choosers. $300 got us 170/180 odd Euros. It was another hot day.
We walked to the VW Transparent Factory for the 15.00 tour with an English guide. Check it out on http://www.volkswagen.co.uk/about-us/co mpany/factories/glass-factory .
It was very interesting - took almost 90 minutes. Cost us 4.50 Euros each (normally 7, but we had our Seniors' cards). Unfortunately, most of the ...
... 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 ...