Ramada Resident Hotel Dresden
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- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... ours and then hang her male companions bike beside hers. The offer was not initially accepted. Her partner spoke a few words and I was politely asked if I could. Her bike was easily racked and his also. Problem solved. I'm unsure if they were allocated seats in our 6 berth compartment or whatever if is called - where's Ernie when you need him! We had the area to ourselves which was lovely. Annette is still not well and the events of the last few days hasn't helped. She was worried ...
... the blog and reading. After lunch we spent a couple of hours walking around Dresden taking photos. Back for afternoon tea and rest. We ducked out quickly at 6pm to pick up train tickets for Sunday (to avoid a very long first day from Bayreuth as there are very few places for us to stay) and supplies.
... the city with no real problems from the wind. We were checked in to our hotel, luggage in the room and bikes in the bike room by 3pm. Over the course of the afternoon we circulated between the hotel, and the railway station several times - extending our stay in Dresden by one night, booking accommodation in Bayreuth, and train tickets to Bayreuth. It is very difficult to get hotel rooms on Friday nights at short notice in Germany and it is a really, really ...
... end of WW2. It's been totally rebuilt and the old town looks as if it were all original buildings.
The contrast to Prague couldn't be greater. It's very quiet here, a city of about 500,000. The streets are wide and there is a lot of greenspace. We love it. Also, there's a lot of nightlife. We ventured out right away to the trendy Neustadt, which is within walking distance. We walked everywhere here, except to and from ...
... and pieces of personal effects, such as a comb and a monocle. The sight also of two bent and charred calipers was a further shock.
Whilst in this horrifying basement chamber, we could hear noises from above, the sounds of the hospital going about its normal daily business. There were creaks from the floorboards and footsteps. There were muffled voices and muffled conversation. The occasional shout. These sounds of normality in such a dreadful place were unsettling, and established ...