Wyndham Garden Dresden
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... off for a while, and we enjoyed the sight of the wonderful, old buildings (painstakingly restored from War-time bombing), and the large riverboats too, which take daytrippers along the Elbe and its tributaries to places like Leipzig.
The New Town is much more modern, and "bohemian", which in this case means lots of arty cafes and shops, graffiti (some beautiful, some not) and quirky people, students and all the rest of it. We walked up ...
... was a 5 minute walk from the hotel and we traveled the 8 minutes to the Zoo train station. From there, we took a train to the hauptbahnhof dot our train to Dresden.
The train was almost 1/2 hour late and it was pretty crowded. But we had seat reservations so we were okay. It was an uneventful ride to Dresden.
After we arrived at the Dresden hauptbahnhof around 12:45 we figured out where our hotel was located. It was about a 15 minute walk and ...
... to Poland to a few days later, especially so that we could detour to Dresden for the WC final weekend!! Not long after changing the ticket, I realised that I had completely stuffed up the dates, and we should have been there a week earlier!! Oh well! We had fun watching the final in Cesky Krumlov instead, and despite feeling a bit silly, we figured, we were so close, and obviously someone wanted us to visit Dresden for reasons other than the WC!!
Only 2 hours away ...
... particularly fine. Lunch was calling, so we crossed the road to a small fairtrade restaurant where we had a very nice meal and a rest.
Rested and fortified, we headed back through the Neumarkt and accessed Bruhl’s Terrasse by the river via the Art School and Albertinium, the museum of Modern Art. We didn’t go inside, but the outside is magnificent, all decorated with black and gold statues ...
... by more than one style. Other eras of importance are the Renaissance and Historism, as well as the contemporary styles of Modernism and Postmodernism. Dresden has some 13 000 listed cultural monuments and eight districts under general preservation orders.Dresden: Monument preservation Royal household The royal buildings are among the most impressive buildings in Dresden. The Dresden Castle was the seat of the royal household from 1485. The wings of the building have been renewed, ...