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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 ...
... was excellent- not too much information with amusing asides- perfect. All the guides have been the best we have ever experienced.
We were moored in Koblenz all evening so some people went out to dinner or to the bars. The ship did a Germanic buffet of regional dishes. Not that keen on german food we were relieved to find fabulous roast beef aand pork in the galley so we could also get to see where all the food is prepared. There was also continual entertainment from a lady ...
... the street with ours. We then spent the rest of the night at Ostpol, which of all the clubs and bars listed in Use-It sounded the most like our kind of place. Inside was like going back in time to an old East German GDR bar with couches that looked like they belonged in your grandparents lounge room, and retro computer games like Pong. Unfortunately the table tennis table wasn’t in action (I was hoping to kick Mikey’s butt at a few games) as they had a DJ and ...
... 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 ...
... point into Berlin, which was the capital of Prussia at the time, and modeled on the temple porticos of ancient Athens. It still looks magnificent, especially at night. In a piece of irony, Napoleon stole the quadriga statue from the gate and took it back to Paris, but when he was subsequently defeated in 1814 by Prussia, the statue was brought back to Berlin. Following this, the plaza it overlooks was re-named to show ...