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... full of fame All the ceilings and walls Were tiled ornately Like a right royal bathroom So pompous and greatly It's sure worth a Google To see of this place And sure worth the visit For a buttermilk taste ~ A day trip away First by train then on boat To the old sandstone mountains Across the Elbe we did float Our walking boots laced We were strong on ascent To the Bastei Bridge look out And the Castle we went Wild bare branched ...
... public square with Christmas markets and only a few ugly remains of square brown communist-era buildings. We had a yummy lunch followed by a divine dessert of a whole baked apple with cinnamon, custard, and whipped cream which was absolutely heavenly. Then it was on to Berlin, and straight to the Berlin Wall. There are only a few sections left standing in their original positions, with the rest marked out in distinct paving ...
That afternoon we
visited the Konigstein Fortress, this again is another wonderful feet of
engineering and a very interesting place to explore.
Our accommodation in
Dresden was at the A&O Hotel, this is a basic but excellent value hotel
that appeared to cater to all age groups regardless and was again in the city
and a very good base from which to explore the city on foot.
... to the hostel incase it got out of hand! I went back and started my advent challenge! As it's the first year I haven't had an advent calendar, I will instead aim to have a different beer each day. The beer for today was Dresdener beer! This was when I started talking to Lea, Max and Fahim who were studying in Munich. While I was getting my beer, the girl on reception starting telling me all about the student night and the best places to go ...
... not the brown of our non-irrigated land. The soil also looks very rich and you could probably grow almost any cool climate crop.
Interestingly, much of the Romantic Strasse is also a part of the Via Claudius Augusta which is the old Roman road that links the Po river valley in northern Italy to southern Germany and is apparently much used by cyclists, of whom we have seen none.