One our last full day in Dresden, Dan and I went across the street to grab some breakfast at the quaint buffet they had set up in the small restaurant across the street. It was a sweet little place with a mixture of German and North American breakfast foods. We loaded up on a few goodies we'd not had since leaving home, and I pulled out our guidebook, trying to think up plans for the day. When we headed out the door, we didn't have anything specific in mind; we'd gotten so much done the day before so this was a free day for us to do whatever we wanted. I had seen these boat tours on offer when we were walking around the city yesterday and thought that might be an excellent way to see the city from a different perspective as well as see a little more of the countryside outside of Dresden.Read More
We woke up in the morning to the sunlight pouring through our blinds. It has been raining throughout the night and the sweet smell of morning dew was coming in through the windows.
I really really hate small planes. To be honest, I'm not the biggest fan of flying in general but it takes me to the destinations I love to visit so I begrudgingly put up with it. But small planes, really get me on edge. When we set off to Dresden, from Glasgow, we had to board, not one, but TWO of these small planes. So my face in the above photos really accurately describes my emotions.Read More
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