Wyndham Garden Dresden
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... a smooth check-in.
It has to be said that 1/2 day in Dresden is not enough. With travel to and from, it is pretty much essential that you have at least a 2 night stay. We didn't so we short-changed ourselves and did not do justice to Dresden.
We had a quick snack of rolls and peanut-butter then struck out to see the sights around 2:00. There are too many sights to describe. Suffice to say that Dresden is absolutely loaded with fine old ...
our first stop in Germany was the city of Dresden. Many impressive structures and a statue of Martin Luther at the centre square. A local speciality of curry wurst at a very mild level 2 out of 7. bearing in mind that 3 is as hot as tobasco sauce. Back onto bus then to Berlin! (And the ...
... town. There is all kinds of street art in the Neustadt including a dedicated wall where you can watch skilled sprayers at work which we took in for a while, before squeezing into a mini photo booth on Dresden’s King Street equivalent (apparently the record is 8 people in the booth at once!), but it was squishy enough with the 2 of us!!
We had heard that Germans could be unapproachable and had a bit of a wall around them, but we did not find this to be the case at ...
... ve been to this city before, I thought it would be a good idea to see a different side of Prague and learn a little bit about the history of the city. I’m really glad I did.
I stayed with the group through lunch, where I had a traditional goulash and dumplings with a beer. I then had to leave the group early and head back to my hostel to get my backpack. I went down to the bus station and found my next bus to Dresden. ...
... structures, while the incendiaries ignited them, severely reducing the number of shelters available to the retreating German troops and refugees. The bombing raid on Dresden destroyed almost all of the ancient center of the city in three waves of attacks. Widely quoted Nazi propaganda reports claimed 200,000 deaths. The German Dresden Historians' Commission, in an official 2010 report published after five years of research concluded there were up to ...