Pullman Dresden Newa
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- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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After a wonderful stay in a self contained apartment on the second floor of an AirB&B house in the Dresden suburbs we ventured downtown for a day in the City. Parking was hard to come by near the city centre so we parked at the Galleria which backed onto Neumarkt Sqaure. First stop was the Frauenkirche (Church of our Lady) which lay in ruin in the centre of the square between 1945 and 1993 but is now faithfully restored. A visit to the basement was a must with a ...
... stay the night outside the shop and said I could use the shower and washing machine so I took full advantage and was introduced to the rest of the team. It was not long before I was sat in front of a long burner surfing the net with a beer in my ...
... campsite on the outskirts but as reception was closed the gardener just pointed me to the motorhome section. after looking around I saw a desert colour DAF truck and I thought that was a good spot.
While I was making tea the own of the truck Tim came past and said hello and realised I was English and said "later you come for beer". jus as I was putting my cooker away Tim handed me a beer. I quickly put the rest of my stuff away and went in to the back of his truck and a few ...
... able to sell me all the tickets from Zagan to Munich on Tuesday. That will be one less thing to deal with in Zagan. The language issue and changing money will be enough. Although I have a “Chip & PIN” card, I was also surprised that they processed the transaction using the older “swipe & signature” method.
The trip to the Military History Museum was quicker that I thought it would be. The hotel staff had told me to ...
... confined here. Conditions were unsurprisingly dreadful, and in the over-crowded, unhygienic and lethal conditions, 35 000 died. From 1942, 83 000 were sent away by train to Auschwitz, and so Thersienstadt, as the Germans called it, essentially solved the "Jewish Question" in Czechoslovakia.
The small fortress to the east of the town had already existed as a prison in the nineteenth century, where opponents of the Habsburg Empire were incarcerated. Gavrilo Princip, ...