Landhotel Alte Fliegerschule
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I checked out the Hostel, it took awhile as they screwed up my bill, but we got it sorted and I hit the road. It's a 35 minute train to Central station and not much walking. I been nursing a couple of burning blisters these last few days using bog roll to cover and ease the pain. It's worked as I seem to have walked them off and this morning it's easier going. I buy ...
... my seat settle, connect my phone to the Internet and call Helen..... She laughs and I'm so relieved and shagged I laugh as well..... It wouldn't have been the end of the world missing it and I would have winged my way to Berlin through the day if I had, I laughed at myself a couple of times as I ran left, right, up and down as I was like a headless chicken. I checked my phone message, it was from flexibus... I translate with Google.... Your bus 065 to ...
... Dresden mid afternoon. The rain had stopped but it still remained cloudy. We weren't expecting too much from Dresden, believing it to be a modern city. It was flattened during world war 2 and very little of the old town remained. However we were quite surprised that parts of the old town survived. A beautiful church ...
... realised we only saw a small part of the town last time. It is the birth place of Mozart and famous for scenes from Sound of Music. After an enjoyable day we headed home desperately trying to escape the the line up at the border. We were unsuccessful and it took us a hour to go 4k. It seemed they were only pulling over vans and big cars but only one lane was open. Finally we arrived home about 6.45pm and ate tea at a Greek ...
... of him, and listed to some music. Next I headed to Lutherhaus while Marge took a break and sipped some coffee. Turns out Lutherhaus is under renovation and they had a small number of items on display in a neighboring building. Not much to look at. Instead I wandered around Der Markt and joined a long line of people waiting to buy Eis (ice cream). Lecker! I found Marge again and we set off in search of food. Looking for an inexpensive option, I talked her into trying ...