Steigenberger Hotel de Saxe
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Babysitting service
- Banquet room
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This morning before leaving Wroclaw, I went for a walk around the Square and was not surprised to see it completely empty as it was Sunday. We left Wroclaw and headed to Germany. We had a stop just before the border to change money from zloty to euro and went from there. Upon arriving in Dresden, we had a couple of hours to explore before a walking …
... finished locking them up, two more bikes arrived in the carriage. The owners of the bikes knew their rack numbers, we had no idea and didn't care. They wanted us to remove our side panniers. My reply was no, we will shift our bikes across. This involved lifting the both bikes at the same time and getting them into the rack. We had to remove a front pannier from each bike to fit them in. All good except old mate, the female of the two still wasn't happy. I then offered to rack her ...
Another warm, sunny day, and for us a rest day. We were up early, as usual, walked to the train station at 9am to check email and bill payments (there is free email here while the booking office is open, unlike the hotel where you have to pay). We then spent the rest of the morning quietly in our ...
... interesting particularly in the sections devoted to different countries. The items in the shops were all rather expensive and we didn't thnk they would survive in our panniers so we were content with a souvenir medal. We then returned to the campsite, packed the tent and loaded the bikes and were away by 11:30am.
With only 23km to go we stopped for lunch 12km short under a wild cherry tree (yum!). Only two detours today and a good riverside path all the ...
... complex. So it perfectly fitted the bill when Reinhard Heydrich was looking for somewhere to store the Jewish population of the so-called Czech Protectorate, of which he was the ruler. Here was ready made accommodation, already enclosed behind impregnable and easily guardable walls. Thus Terezin became something like a huge holding cell for the Jewish population of Czechoslovakia, a ghetto by any other name. It only existed for four years, and in that time 155 000 ...