Tryp By Wyndham Dresden Neustadt
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... I was determined to make the most of my only full day in Dresden. I met Ullrich for my 'tour' at 9 and spent the next couple of hours wandering the city! Because he didn't know much English he had gone out and brought a guide book for me, so I knew what the places were! He did attempt some English though, and told me about the King that had 3 children with his mattress! I can only assume he meant mistress. But of course it was nice of him ...
... in Dresden are pretty and the view of the city centre was impressive.
We spent the afternoon and early evening on the train.
~~~ The first night we got to Dresden we had dinner at the restaurant recommended by the tour book in Neustadt. It had cute appetizer food in glass jars. The decor was special. That street is flooded with young people (going to bars perhaps). It was in Dresden that we felt that it's kinda cold in Germany.
... to Koenigstein. We found the Fusten Express to go up there for 3 euros per person. We didn't buy the return ticket...
We took an open top bus first then a little red train. The entrance fee for the fortress was 8 euros per person. It used a big lift that can fit 60 people or a car. The towers and fortress weren't too impressive. I grew tired listening to the audio guide :P The view was amazing. ...
... looks like another fabulous European city. Many beautiful buildings and streets. The second language on the menu at the open air market was Russian. We both commented on the Russian influence in the architecture.
From Wikipedia: "Dresden has a long history as the capital and royal residence for the Electors and Kings of Saxony, who for centuries furnished the city with cultural and artistic splendor. The city was known ...
... trees were cut down for firewood, and any vacant land was cultivated to grow vegetables, but subsequently replanted. There were plenty of paths, lakes, gardens and monuments etc. and it was a very peaceful place. The Reichstag was severely damaged by fire in 1933, probably by the Nazi's, and never fully restored until after re-unification in 1990. It is possible to go up into the large glass dome via a circular ramp ...