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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... buildings ( all restored as Dresden got completely bombed out in ww2) and a hilarious hygiene museum. In Berlin, which is now one of my fav cities in Europe i saw some crazy art, beautiful buildings, old Nazi and communist stuff, the Berlin wall, some great museums and wild street art. i also saw the carnival of cultures which is like of Caribbean, pride, and all other cultural celebrations were on the same day. not only were there ...
... 25% of its buildings standing. The reconstruction during the 10-15 years from 1946 must have been on a mammoth scale and has left a city almost entirely renewed, albeit in the style of the former buildings rather than modern ones. A number of them were even reconstructed in a style from previous eras, where documentary evidence could be found. The old town and in particular the main square is very much a tourist magnet, but the town is also ...
... to sum up McDonald’s unwavering reliability to the
weary traveller, as they always offer the same facilities and can be found everywhere
–town, city and suburb. These terms are ‘McWifi’ and ‘McShit’. No further
explanation required for either I feel. Needless to say, we enjoy a hot
chocolate et al in McDonald’s Dresden. This is not all Dresden has to offer, and we enjoy the view from various points of the city levelled by ...
... gnomes, I don't know if i mentioned this before, but there are over 300 little dwarf statues all over the city and i found my first one in the Botanical gardens, so of course I had to take a selfie with it :)
So Noelle and i have planned Christmas break and new years! Im super excited and seriously can't wait to see her cute little face. It can't come soon enough. She is first coming here and we are headed to Krakow, where I might send her alone to ...
... as a teacher who ended up finding the answers to my own questions from my students so I really owe the success of this lesson to my students for teaching me what I could never fully describe for myself until now and that is that music itself is a huge mystery that touches us at the core of who we are. For each of us, the music may be different but in the end, the connection we have to the different music types is all the same really which is that it is indescribable beyond ...