Mercure Dresden Elbpromenade
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It was a short train ride from Prague to Dresden. The scenery was pretty as we followed the Elbe and another river north. We took a tram to the Motel One on the other side of the Elbe. It's a German chain and we were impressed with the value. It's at least 6X as great as a motel 6, not 1/6th. We were halfway between the Altstadt (old town) and the Neustadt. As you may know, Dresden was totally destroyed by allied bombers ...
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 ...
As our job/ course finished, we decided to head south for the winter to spend time with friends and family down there, before that though, I decided to visit someone from a previous job in Dresden.
Dresden is another historical place but even now it has its very modern parts (some very artistic areas too, and an outdoor gear store where you can test ...
... 40km. Tomorrow we follow the Tauber to Rothenburg where Werner was born. It is about 75 km over mostly flat terrain except for the last ten when we get more rolling hills.
Today was all about the sheims. Tauberbischofsheim (overnight stop), Igersheim, Markelsheim, Weikersheim et al. All beautiful little medieval villages we passed through on our way to Rothenburg, one of the oldest walled cities in Germany and birthplace of ...
... I headed to Dresden for a few hours of walking around touring before getting a other train to Gorlitz. Both are very historic towns, with Dresden being antialiased so many times in its history to remember. Every building had numerous times of being rebuilt from a fire or war. Snapped some great photos, and headed out. Made it to Gorlitz just in time for the sunset. Got into my hostel and headed over to the Polish side of town for dinner, which was fantastic. I had to have ...