RAMADA Hotel Schwarzheide
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We left beautiful Prague yesterday morning, perhaps the most beautiful city I've seen so far on this trip. We followed the Elbe river which runs along the Swiss national park border and then crossed the Czech border into Germany. The bus was stopped once more and I heard the the driver in his Polish accent say, Canadian, English, Australia and then they waved us through. ...
All up at 6.45am and out of the hostel, which we were quite sad to leave, at 7.45am. An hour later after buying breakfast from where else but McDonalds we got on the train to Prague. We are in a 6 seat cabin with two German ladies for company. Again everyone is asleep. The plant is safely on the ...
... stories of what life was like for her under communism. We spent 3 hours walking, visiting the gothic Catholic Cathedral, the Semper Opera House, the rococo Zwinger Palace with many baroque sculptures. It also houses a collection of Meissen porcelain bells and many paintings in the Old Masters Picture Gallery. The Royal Palace houses the Old and New Green Vaults which has many treasures collected by Augustus the Strong in the early ...
... Lilienstein Rock but the most photographed landmark is the 200-year-old stone bridge known as the Bastei which spans a ravine. Back on board our ship we finally set sail at 7pm, after the Captain had negotiated the release of water from the lock upstream. As we dined, with a German themed evening and staff dressed in traditional costumes and musical accompaniment, we were able to view the passing countryside and towns. The fare for the evening was roast pork, ...
... memories of GCSE History came flooding back! The tour guide in the prison was lovely, his English was so good and we learnt a lot. The language barrier has been difficult at times, but we have learnt some German words...get ready for this: "Hallo, einfarht (entrance), Capri-sonne, lecker (tasty), soft-eis (slush puppie), danke, ei (egg) And we've taught ourselves to count to 10 in German! We've also had plenty of laughs at the expense of ...