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... after a lot of drinking in Berlin, there was no way I was going out. It wasn't long before the 4 of us set off for the club! As drinking on the street is legal in Dresden, we all took a weg beir (way beer) to drink on the way to the club. The only problem with this plan was that it was freezing outside, I needed a weg beir glove! We got to the club and got a drink, and then played table football. I don't think anyone can claim to have been ...
... end of WW2. It's been totally rebuilt and the old town looks as if it were all original buildings.
The contrast to Prague couldn't be greater. It's very quiet here, a city of about 500,000. The streets are wide and there is a lot of greenspace. We love it. Also, there's a lot of nightlife. We ventured out right away to the trendy Neustadt, which is within walking distance. We walked everywhere here, except to and from ...
... in Dresden are pretty and the view of the city centre was impressive.
We spent the afternoon and early evening on the train.
~~~ The first night we got to Dresden we had dinner at the restaurant recommended by the tour book in Neustadt. It had cute appetizer food in glass jars. The decor was special. That street is flooded with young people (going to bars perhaps). It was in Dresden that we felt that it's kinda cold in Germany.
... toilet. I saw that the exhibition inside had no English... according to the tour book, the video was very good... I wonder if it had English.
Then we went to a bakery for a 2.60 euro Black Forest cake. It tastes light and fresh!!! I still miss it!!! We took a picture of a church and shopped and bought 7 souvenirs at a small store. We spent just over 25 euros but the shop didn't offer tax refund.
... is somewhat surprising, considering the hammering it received during WWII - particularly on Kristallnacht.
The city is a mix of very modern development and new shopping malls and shops along with the 15th And 16th century historic buildings and cobblestone streets.
We continued to check out the town until 7:30 when our bodies ran out of fuel. Before heading to bed, we shared a bottle of Reisling in the room and toasted the city if Dresden.