Maritim Hotel Dresden
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Just don't expect tea, coffee or a jug in your room, or toiletries other than shampoo or shower gel.
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We left beautiful Prague yesterday morning, perhaps the most beautiful city I've seen so far on this trip. We followed the Elbe river which runs along the Swiss national park border and then crossed the Czech border into Germany. The bus was stopped once more and I heard the the driver in his Polish accent say, Canadian, English, Australia and then …
... Frauenkirche as well as the suburbs.
Before and since German reunification in 1990, Dresden was and is a cultural, educational, political and economic center of Germany and Europe. The Dresden University of Technology is one of the 10 largest universities in Germany and part of the German Universities Excellence Initiative.
... entirely new and pristine. The inside is entirely new and equally amazing! We went to lunch at a traditional German restaurant - there were lots of locals inside and we took it as a good sign. I was not disappointed! I finally had a German sausage with sauerkraut and it was so delicious! We are back on the bus now and just crossed the border into the Czech Republic! Prague won't be long ...
... to sit side by side today instead of in our own cabin both by the window, but you can't have everything. We had a change of train at Nuremberg. The man that reserved our seats for us told us that there would be a transfer and it was just on the next platform and only ten minutes. Sooo.... When the train stopped at Nuremberg we were ready. We got straight of the train and moved across to the next platform with great efficiency, but there was no train. The train ...
... favourites, so gobbled up a salmon wrap in no time. After lunch it was time to visit a church, this time successfully getting inside the Frauenkirche, dresden's jewel in the crown, a beautiful domed church which collapsed to a pile of rubble 2 days after the bombing raids of 1945. The East Germans apparently left the pile of rubble as a war memorial however, after the reunification of Germany it was lovingly restored, using over 4000 of the original bricks. A stroll along the ...