Dresden

Dresden in a Flash

Dresden, Germany

 

 

Here some quick facts about Dresden for educational salve:

  • It was heavily bombed during World War II. Over 90% of the damn place was scorched
  • It’s got water flowing through the middle of the city, separating the Old Town and New Town
  • It’s considered the cultural, political, educational and economical centre of Germany
  • It was kinda cold while we were there
  • Everyone bikes everywhere

 

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We got a Bla Bla car trip from Prague to Dresden for ten Euro each. It took two hours and we were dropped off at a train station out of town. It’s a major credit to German public transport that the train/trams were on time every time. Super cheap too.

You say to Germans, ‘Love your public transport system,’ and they look like 😐 at you because they’re so used to it. I guess people from certain parts of Africa might be impressed if they experienced New Zealand public transport, it’s all about perspective.

 

 

Here’s a video of us walking around Dresden

 

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