Maritim Hotel Dresden
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... 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 ...
Today we toured the porcelain factory on Meissen. Harry looked while I bought :). Because of demand for Chinese porcelain this factory was built in the mid 1700's..the first outside of Asia. Of course,it was incredibly beautiful and breathtakingly priced, but the artistry can't be topped. Last night we stayed in a stellplatze about 4 feet from the rivers edge. We met a lovely couple from the Netherlands who gave us valuable information about where to stay in ...
... purchases in a cold room, on an indoor rock face, shower area and indoor pool!!! - from now on THIS is the standard of travel gear shop we expect!!! ;) )
Beautiful city, try the pork knuckle (if you have not eaten for several days before!!!) with plenty of historical sites and not too far from Berlin either really.
"It is with a heavy heart" we leave the dear old Elbe river with the ancient city of Prague beckoning over the horizon. That section of the Wandweg will have to wait another day.
From Dresden we trained to Wurzburg on the Main to start the second half of this Deutschland odessey.
Wurzburg is full of beautiful squares, cobbled streets and very old buildings. It is surrounded by steep hills planted with vineyards and the ...
... myself out with a girl from my room named Yuan. She is Vietnamese but grew up in Stuttgart. She takes salsa lessons and met a guy in the hostel who also takes salsa lessons, so we all went to a salsa club. By all, I mean we picked a couple up in the train station who were looking for something to do. She was Spanish, he was American and Nicaraguan. It was fun, and not many people around, but I definitely got to learn some salsa, plus teach the electric slide! From there we ...