Spontaneous Dresden

Just found this blog draft from several months ago when I was still working in Europe! What a treat to remember this road trip I took with my friend and colleague Brigitte. We were headed to Poland to look at pottery but stopped in Dresden where the beauty of this German city captivated us. After browsing a local market and purchasing honey and jewelry, we found a “cellar” restaurant (built underground) and in that cozy atmosphere chomped on fish and veggies.

Then we walked, admiring a statue of the father of the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther, and entered a Lutheran church. Other sites included an excavation site, amazing buildings, and very European street scene. I remember listening to a group of performers singing in exuberant Spanish as well that day. We finished the afternoon with scoops of fresh gelato, and then drove 3 hours back to Eschenbach, where I was living. Poland would have to wait for another day…

 

 

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