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... Procession of Princes": a mural on the side of one of Old Town's largest buildings, hundreds of feet long, displaying the kings and princes of the Sachsen region down the ages. From here, it was a short walk to Theaterplatz, with the Semper Opera House, Residenzschloss and cathedral. Also here, and where we spent the next couple of hours, was the Zwinger: Dresden's old palace, with its large grounds, huge square with promenades and fountains. The ...
... 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 ...
... in general from the body and sickness, to the brain and tricks of the mind, to sex and everything in between. Unfortunately the section on food and bodily hygiene was closed for renovation which would have been interesting – I would have liked to learn how to successfully brush my teeth!! The whole museum is very hands on with lots of interactive displays, like taking microscopic photos of your skin and hair. My favourite was the brain section, and in particular the ...
... some animals (African goats and some rabits and guinea pigs (so suß!!!)), but... it was also really sad to have to see little kids in those positions.
We came back and I walked back to the house, and Bettina came and told me they were watching the track field events on tv, so I went and watched. She and I then peeled carrots and snipped green beans while we watched, and then we ate too (yep, hahaha, MORE food! rice and carrots and green beans and some ...
... 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 ...