The Westin Bellevue Dresden
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... network of trails called Malerweg which means Painter's Way. In the early parts of the C19, during the Romantic Period, the well to do folk became fond of this rocky, sandstone region. A number of painters (the first were Swiss) and writers came to the area for creative inspiration. Along the tracks, we occasionally came across photos of the original artworks, placed in the position where they painted the scene. The walk took us about 5 hours in all, ...
... not the brown of our non-irrigated land. The soil also looks very rich and you could probably grow almost any cool climate crop.
Interestingly, much of the Romantic Strasse is also a part of the Via Claudius Augusta which is the old Roman road that links the Po river valley in northern Italy to southern Germany and is apparently much used by cyclists, of whom we have seen none.
... coffee stop around 10:30 at a bakeri and pick up sandwiches for lunch. Nice little routine.
Fremdingen, Marktoffingen, Utzwingen, Zipplingen. Anybody detect a pattern here? We past through these ingens and many more on our way to Donauworth. Lots of climbing today over some very rough terrain through managed woodlots. They were cutting trees on our route forcing us to take a detour adding additional kms. The forests here (Bavaria) remind ...
... set up there instead, so we sat outside drinking too much cheap beer. It was close to midnight when we left there, and the party still hadn’t even gotten started yet!
We were feeling a bit sorry for ourselves the next morning, and after a very slow start decided to spend the afternoon at Dresden’s Hygiene museum. It was stinking hot, so being inside in the aircon appealed, and it was actually a really cool museum! It’s about all aspects of ...
... from the aftermath of war have been incorporated into the design of the cities reconstruction, a constant reminder of how Germany can adapt and evolve, rebuild itself and consistently establish itself over and over as a social and cultural capital. But the Dresden bombing is still an important historic moment in the memory of many German people's minds. At least this is the impression Paul and I gather from Gale, a Berliner who now lives in Italy and who struck up a ...