Wyndham Garden Dresden
Travel Blogs from Dresden
... Dresden, while listening and singing along to Spanish music -talking about and reflecting on our Mexico trip(2007) with Damaris -went shopping at Ikea with Damaris roommates -traveled on the autobahn to a nearby town to attend a worship and healing service Again... In German. It was a fascinating, interesting, and wonderful time in Dresden. And so good to be able to connect with Damaris again and to spend a few days with her and her wonderful ...
So this weekend was to East Germany, Dresden and initially Bautzen. In Dresden we went to the flea market by the Elbe River. Got some good buys there and we went on to the old town and visited the Frauenkirche which was restored in 2005 as it was badly damaged during the war. After which we then visited the Elbhangfest. I think this was held in an area with private housing and by the river and ...
... of those are buried at Karnickelberg, a hill adjacent to the prison. There are now memorials to those unfortunate victims and also a chapel in this location. It was a simple, but solemn ceremony which included the laying of a wreath in the main part of the cemetery. It was also a time to reflect on what the lives of people here (and indeed all of Germany--not simply East Germany) had to have been like immediately following the war—and particularly in the ...
... many different things. I saw one of the worlds most important porcelain collection, historic mathematics/science utensiles, lots of historic and modern art, sculptures, asian quilts, kings golden golden possesions, wardroab of war, and spookiest of all, old pupets and dolls. I usually ...
... her flat and a trip to another palace, this time Moritzburg, a fairy tale castle, all square and yellow, with four great big corner towers and surrounded by a large lake. On a bright sunny evening, it looked fabulous with everything sharp and crystal clear. We rounded off the day with a hearty and tasty meal in a cosy Russian bar, although I fear that I forgot the name of the beer, which was a bit disgraceful.
It had been a most convivial and agreeable end to a day of very mixed emotions.
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