First things first - the East Side Gallery. We visited this on our way out of Berlin and I am very happy that I got to see it! I honestly didn't know what it was, though once I saw it I realized some of my friends had recently posted pictures of it on Facebook! Basically, the East Side Gallery is a just-over-1 KM-long section of the Berlin Wall that has about 106 paintings on it. Paintings depicting - fittingly - freedom, equality and the like. Another absolute must if you're ever in Berlin, for sure.
After about 30 minutes to explore the East Side Gallery, we were on our way to Dresden! We would be stopping there for lunch and a bit of sightseeing before continuing on to Prague. I'll discuss our time on the bus more in my eventual review of our tour as a whole, but for now...Dresden is the word of the day! :)
|First decent view of Dresden|
|Martin Luther statue and the Cathedral|
|No. 3 menu :)|
|Dresden Opera House|
|Prague Beer Museum Bar taps...constantly changing!|
Unfortunately, at this point it was getting late and as usual...we had an early morning to look forward to. We headed to bed around midnight, but not before I shot a picture of Steve in front of one of the many Smurf posters we saw on this trip. I mean, those Smurfs are apparently very popular in Europe, but they really really love them in Prague.