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We travelled to Dresden for an overnight stop, as a small break within our six night stay in Prague. Dresden is a two hour train journey from Prague, though with decidedly untypical inefficiency, our Deutsche Bahn train was late, again. We arrived in Dresden in the middle of the afternoon, then found our way by tram to our apartment for the night, near the Old Town.
The apartment was easily one of the best places we have stayed in all of our ...
... sort of wind up thing sorry cannot think of the name of the instrument. There was also an accordionist and after a few wines we were all singing along!
The staff on this cruise have all been very nice indeed. The food has been excellent at some meals and so so on others but the standard on the whole has been excellent. The Alsvin is a new ship so the standard of fittings is very good . Will certainly go on another river cruise as we cannot fault them for their organisation..
... little strange considering the ruthless suppressive regime that it was.
There really wasn’t a lot in the Aldstadt in terms of nightlife, so being a Saturday night, we got a tram over to the Neustadt, and thanks to another trusty Use-It guide, did a tour of some great drinking and eating places. We had a few sidewalk beers watching the world go by at Bautzner Tor, before filling up at Curry & Co, where the “Knights of the Sausage table” served ...
... how it feels to learn how to walk again for a horse, or a deer or anything with long dangly legs. Anyway I am rambling.. But I want to accentuate that this was a hard morning!
Being a Sunday, most things are closed in Germany, and probably most of rural Europe for that matter. So we rode in only to find an ice cream cafe open. That will do. So we went in and ordered 2 giant iced coffees with ice cream and whipped cream and baileys for me. It was well deserved.
... 1990, Dresden has made an excellent recovery based on our brief walking tour thru the areas of greatest destruction. Support from around the world, especially from the US and Britain has played a major role in the rebuilding effort.
Dresden was Germany's seventh-largest city and, according to the RAF at the time, the largest remaining unbombed built-up area. An official 1942 guide to the city described it as "one of the foremost ...