Steigenberger Hotel de Saxe
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Travel Blogs from Dresden
... Dresden, while listening and singing along to Spanish music -talking about and reflecting on our Mexico trip(2007) with Damaris -went shopping at Ikea with Damaris roommates -traveled on the autobahn to a nearby town to attend a worship and healing service Again... In German. It was a fascinating, interesting, and wonderful time in Dresden. And so good to be able to connect with Damaris again and to spend a few days with her and her wonderful ...
... buses. We were so satisfied with the flea market in Dresden that we decided to search for another location with flea market instead of going to Bautzen and though Berlin came up but it was just too far. Fortunately for us, Leipzig, which is also on the way back to west Germany has Europe's largest flea market in one location (quote from a website) every last weekend of the month and ...
... and I think it might be because they're like 3D picture books. And I loove picture books. Of course everything is "interesting" to look at and read about. But I think museums also give you an experience of being led through those many different specific emotions that you may get from those objects.
Draw a big squiggly blob. That is exactly the route I took to explore Dresden. It didn't turn out to not even be all that big, but it was extremely beautiful with many hidden corners. You can easily walk throughout all areas of the city and see all the important buildings in one day. Thats exactly what I did. A little info book in hand, I soon gave ...
... feeling a touch disorientated, we set out to explore the town of Terezin itself: the ghetto town of Theresienstadt. Like the fort, the town is largely unchanged by progress since 1945. The buildings and streets we see are the same buildings and streets the Jewish inhabitants of the ghetto lived in and used. The same fortress walls surround the town; even the same grass adorns the main town square. The building stock was pretty good; there were some derelict houses, and ...
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