Pullman Dresden Newa
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Joemcauliffe stayed here on Jul 8, 2013 during their trip titled: Joe And Molly's European Adventure.
Today has been my last day of travelling with the parents and also my last day in Dresden. While Mum and Dad will be staying here for another 2 nights including this evening I am departing on the City Night Line in a couple of ours for an overnight journey to Frankfurt. It all began with me waking from one of my best sleeps of the trip (no snoring …
We're hitting our stride on the trip now with today being our 3rd consecutive day of train travel. In the morning after breakfast at the hotel once more we did the walk back to the train station with our bags, taking around 10 minutes. We arrived a little earlier than we had the previous day so the crew at the HSB were still preparing some trains …
It was rather unbearable to leave the Bohemia city, but more sights and excitement awaits in Germany. A 2 hour coach ride to Dresden, a city near to the borders of Germany with a long history, much of it accounted for World War II. In fact nearly the entire city was bombed during world war II causing casualties in the tens of thousands. Most of the city is now ...
... and restored many times. Due to this integration of styles, the castle is made up of elements of the Renaissance, Baroque and Classicist styles. The Zwinger Palace is across the road from the castle. It was built on the old stronghold of the city and was converted to a center for the royal art collections and a place to hold festivals. Its gate by the moat, surmounted by a golden crown, is famous. Other royal buildings and ensembles: Brühl's Terrace was a gift to Heinrich, count ...
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