Steigenberger Hotel de Saxe
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... which is the quirkiest of the quirky streets, with its artwork on the walls, petruding out of the walls in places (i.e. sculptures grafted onto the walls), and, best of all, the pretty and pretty weird artwork made from gutters, all down the side of the last building in the street. It was dry when we were there, but, during rain, the rainwater cascades down a series of gutters, shaped and moulded to run in wonky courses from the roof to a ...
It was time to leave Berlin. We got up and headed across the street to the cafe and had ourselves the typical breakfast that seems to greet us each morning: rolls, cold cuts, cheese, tomato/cucumber, hard boiled egg, coffee and juice. It seems everywhere we saw breakfast served, these were the key components.
Next step was to check out of the ibis hotel. It was an excellent A-1 stay - location, price, convenience - highly recommended.
... curry-spiced sausages) with awesome sauces, and obligatory side of fritz! I still say their logo is a bit wrong though! The Neustadt really is where all the life and people are at! Walking along the main street Louisenstrasse, reminded us a lot like King Street in Newtown. Bar after café after nightclub after restaurant, and people everywhere. Like much of the rest of Europe, drinking is allowed anywhere and everywhere. Everybody buys cheap beer from the night shops, and ...
So this weekend was to East Germany, Dresden and initially Bautzen. In Dresden we went to the flea market by the Elbe River. Got some good buys there and we went on to the old town and visited the Frauenkirche which was restored in 2005 as it was badly damaged during the war. After which we then visited the Elbhangfest. I think this was held in an area with private housing and by the river and ...
... union. Another sculpture is the memorial of Martin Luther in front of the Frauenkirche. Dresden-Hellerau—Germany's first garden city The Garden City of Hellerau, at that time a suburb of Dresden, was founded in 1909. In 1911 Heinrich Tessenow built the Hellerau Festspielhaus and Hellerau became a center of modernism with international standing until the outbreak of World War I. In 1950, Hellerau was incorporated into the city of Dresden. Today the Hellerau reform ...