Hotel Suitess zu Dresden
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... February bombings. The Semperoper was open for tours so we took the 3:00 pm English speaking tour and received a fascinating insight into the history and reconstruction of this magnificent Opera House. We then visited the Zwinger complex which housed a few of the 48 museums in Dresden. The mathematics and sciences museum beckoned but the lateness of the hour and our 2 hour drive to Berlin beckoned. We reached our hotel in the north eastern suburbs of Berlin around 7:30 ...
Went into Dresden to do a bit f sight seeing and on the way out popped into touratech ost to have a look around. I was meet with a very warm reception and asking where I had come from and got onto the topic of me riding around the world. Jens invited ...
After a discussion with Nick about the best route to take to Dresden of I set for a nice ride though the Hearts mountains. It was a nice ride wit some great views. But after a few hours I stopped at .... and a fellow bike pulled up beside and we chatted for about an hour. for the rest of the journey I did a few miles on the autobahn and then just pulled back on the country roads. As I'm still adjusting to get in to a good routine I just pushed on through to get to Dresden. I ...
... or train station.
You can drink openly here and many people do. It's fun to walk around with a beer. But it's a mellow vibe, unlike New Orleans. It's also an artsy city, with lots of nice graffiti (and some bad stuff too) and art shops.
We saw some fun ska bands at a place called ChemiFabrik. Beers were dirt cheap there and were all delicious Pilsners, my fave. We explored some museums and paid to go ...
... and grim reminder of the damage done on 13 February 1945.
We have been to Dresden before and have had time to confront February 1945. Those blackened stones you see everywhere, as well as on the Frauenkirche, do seem to scream their indignation and fury, bearing an eloquent but silent testimony to the smoke and fire of that terrible night. I am uneasy about Operation Thunderclap. It was an explicitly psychological campaign to crush the spirit of the ...