Mercure Hotel Riesa

Address: Bahnhofstrasse 40, Riesa, Saxony, 01587, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Bahnhofstrasse 40, Riesa.
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    Travel Blogs from Riesa

    Stop on the way to Praha (Prague)

    A travel blog entry by fredwfussell on Sep 09, 2015

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    ... partly as we felt we parked the car illegally, and wanted to make our escape before being apprehended. Made it without difficulty (this time). Furthermore, while this church was completed in 1743, it was a victim of the above mentioned firebombing. The Communists left the destroyed hulk to embarrass the allies (as if they had not done worse), but after Germany was reunified, it was rebuilt largely ...

    Rainy stop in Dresden

    A travel blog entry by lb12 on Sep 07, 2015

    6 photos

    Today was another bus day - Prague to Berlin. Lunch wasn't provided so we stopped for about an hour in Dresden for a brief walking tour to the Protestant and Catholic churches, a long mosaic wall and to have lunch. Jen and Sean took those of us brave enough to try it for currywurst. When we got there Sean told us a cautionary tale involving a lot of sweat and hallucinations when he tried ...


    A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on Aug 17, 2015

    26 photos

    ... A chapel was first built on this site in the 11th century. The foundation stone of the church was laid in 1726 and the construction was completed in 1743. The fame of this church however is linked with 1945. The gutted ruins of the church collapsed two days after the devastating bomb attack on Dresden on 13 February 1945. The church remained a pile of rubble until 1993 when clearing of the rubble commenced (well after the reunification ...

    Day 5 - Jena to Colditz (92 miles)

    A travel blog entry by dewdsontour on Aug 15, 2015

    11 photos

    ... the basis he won't run away as he only had tin legs!) Douglas filled his tin legs with fruit from trees whilst the guard wasn't looking and then distributed the extra rations to his fellow prisoners when he returned! We walked home with Joan and David through the woods and all went to the camp restaurant for supper. We were joined by a charming German couple and exchanged travel tales and discussed the state of Europe in general. A very pleasant and entertaining ...


    A travel blog entry by europe50 on May 16, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... newer parts that were still sandstone coloured. Dresden is divided by the Elbe into Altstadt (Old Town) and Neustadt (New Town), but as Neustadt sustained less damage in the war, a lot of the buildings there are older than in Altstadt :). Neustadt was badly damaged by fire in the 18th century and the buildings date from then. The Augustus bridge separating the two sides escaped damage and is the original Baroque. We ...