Hotel Bei Schuhmann
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... 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 ...
... some steep sections - luckily we were going down - as well as wider tracks weaving through trees starting to display autumn colours. I could understand why this was a popular area for bushwalking, and the Germans visit here frequently. To finish off a fairly tiring day, we spent a few hours in the thermal spring pool, a great way to ease tired muscles. I slept like a log that night. Tomorrow we will be travelling to another riverside village called Boppard, on the ...
As our job/ course finished, we decided to head south for the winter to spend time with friends and family down there, before that though, I decided to visit someone from a previous job in Dresden.
Dresden is another historical place but even now it has its very modern parts (some very artistic areas too, and an outdoor gear store where you can test ...
... of trepidation. The map proved to be accurate and there were in fact several long climbs. However the weather was so beautiful and the scenery so stunning we hardly noticed. The view at the top of each one of those suckers made the effort worthwhile!
When we stopped for morning coffee, Werner found the definitive flammkuchen and we purchased sandwiches for lunch at the local metzgerei ...
... Bautzener Frühling (Bautzen Spring Festival). I should be back in time on Saturday evening to take in some of the festivities. In addition to the holiday, it is also Männertag (Father’s Day).
As Friday arrived and I was preparing to depart for my concert, I noted on my calendar that this is the day that I would have had to leave Germany (90 days after my arrival) if my residency permit not been approved. So I guess all of the rest can be viewed essentially ...