Tryp By Wyndham Dresden Neustadt
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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 as the Jewel Box, because of its baroque and rococo city center. The controversial British and American bombing of Dresden in World War II ...
Inside of a road side stop, we got to go into Dresden for a bit less than 2 hours. The city is really beautiful and the contrast between old and new is amazing. There is an old/new Church there and the reconstruction since it was destroyed in the war only finished a decade ago. They've used as many of the old blocks as possible and you can see the scorch marks from the bombs but the rest of ...
... than fifteen minutes late so there was no need to rush anyway. This was a faster train and mum kept pointing out the speed to me, sometimes getting up to over 200km an hour. We got to Munich just before three. Korbi ran up to the platform as we got to the end of it, perfect timing. We dropped our bags off into the car and got onto a hop on hop off bus to see the sights of Munich. We did both the lines so we got an in depth overview of the city centre and ...
... hl terrace and a walk through the park before heading to the Alte Markt area, which is again a pretty area, this time rammed with shops of every kind. Even a Primark! It came in handy though as Beaver realised that she had forgot her togs! You can't beat 12 Euro for a swimming costume. I just hope it doesn't fl to pieces when I am wearing it at some Czech bathhouse. Now, by some miracle, Beaver realised that she was only 15 mins walk to her hotel, so off she went to pick up ...
... Of the buildings that did survive, there is the lovely old Kreuzkirche. We opted to climb the steps of the 54 metre tower here rather than take the elevator to the top of the newly built Frauenkirche. Full 360 degree views of the city from the top, where we took some time to reflect on what the city must have looked like after it was almost flattened to the ground in 1945.
The oldest part of town is the Bruhlsche Terrasse, or Balcony of Europe, a 500 metre stretch of ...