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travel review from Dresden, Germany
updated 17 days ago
Körnerplatz in Dresden-Loschwitz offers yet another option to go up on a hill: the suspension railway. It was built 1898 - 1901 and is one of the oldest in the world. Length is 274 m, elevation difference 84 m. From …
travel review from Dresden, Germany
updated 17 days ago
Dresden has one of the oldest funiculars in Europe. It was built in 1895 and after some renovations it is still running! It operates between Körnerplatz square (Dresden-Loschwitz) and Dresden-Weisser Hirsch, both upscale residential areas in the east of Dresden. …
travel review from Dresden, Germany
updated 17 days ago
"Blaues Wunder" (Blue Wonder) is a bridge across the Elbe river that connects the residential districts Blasewitz (left bank) and Loschwitz (right bank), built 1891 - 93 according to plans of Claus Köpke and Hans Manfred Krüger. It is one …
travel review from Dresden, Germany
updated 17 days ago
The eastern one of three castles above the Elbe river is called Schloss Eckberg, as it is at the "Ecke" (corner) of the plateau, with steep slopes down to the Elbe river and the little stream that comes from the …
travel review from Can Tho, Vietnam
updated 17 days ago
This hotel is included in the tour price, we have two days and one night in Mekong Delta. We could choose a homestay or hotel, as we are not sure what to expect in a homestay we choose a hotel. …
travel review from Dresden, Germany
updated 17 days ago
The central one of three castles above the Elbe river is called Lingnerschloss, named after its latest private owner, Karl August Lingner, a wealthy entrepreneur who invented mouthwash "Odol" and founded Hygiene Museum e.g. Lingnerschloss is a smaller (almost) copy …
travel review from Dresden, Germany
updated 17 days ago
Three castles nestle on top of hills on the right bank of the Elbe river: Albrechtsberg Palace, Villa Stockhausen (Lingnerschloss) and castle Eckberg. All three are surrounded by beautiful gardens/parks and provide fantastic views of the city, the river and …
travel review from Wolfenbuttel, Germany
updated 17 days ago
The bronze sculpture depicting a standing figure holding an easel is an independent figure that respects the work of Wilhelm Busch. The statute was designed by the German sculptor Markus Lüpertz and is on permanent loan from the entrepreneur family …
travel blog from Casablanca, Morocco
updated 17 days ago
BG: Здравейте, пращам ви няколко снимки от красивата Казабланка. DE: Hallo zusammen, anbei ein paar Fotos aus der schönen Casablanca. UK: Dear all, please find attached some pictures from the beautiful Casablanca. …
travel review from Atlanta, Georgia
updated 17 days ago
I was finally able to see this place on a recent visit to Atlanta. The last time I was going to visit the park, was during the 1996 Olympic games, but the park was closed due to the evil terrorist …
travel review from Dresden, Germany
updated 17 days ago
In case you're interested in more recent history then this is a *must* for you. The former regional headquarters and jail of the East German secret service "Stasi" in Dresden is originally preserved and was turned into a memorial site …
travel blog from Karlsruhe, Germany
updated 17 days ago
We stayed in Karlsruhe for four nights. Our accomodation was in the Hotel Greif which means Hotel Griffin. This was comfortable, good value and handy for the train station. There are many places to visit around Karlsruhe, but I thought …
travel blog from Hedelberg, Germany
updated 17 days ago
We stayed in Karlsruhe for four nights and used this as a base from which to explore Karlsruhe itself, Heidelberg and Basel in Switzerland. We stayed in the Hotel Greif in Karlsruhe which means Griffin Hotel. It was very conveniently …
travel blog from Basel, Switzerland
updated 17 days ago
We travelled to Basel from Karlsruhe for the day. This was our second trip to Basel. We came here originally more than twenty years ago and on that occasion I was not all that impressed with the place. I think the …
travel blog from Accra, Ghana
updated 17 days ago
After a short stay at the Sleepy Hippo Hotel / Hostel I went back home.  Accra started as a trading place with the Europeans in the 15, century, Portuguese,  Dutch, British, Swedish, French and Danish did built forts, these where slowy aquired …
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