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Christmas in Bavaria. Memories from a past life. 2018. Bonus – snow-covered holiday Dresden.

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Re: Christmas in Bavaria. Memories from a past life. 2018. Bonus – snow-covered holiday Dresden.

Rijanka ” December 27, 2020, 20:25

The treasury became available to the general public only in 1939.To date, there are more than 1,200 exhibits.

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Re: Christmas in Bavaria. Memories from a past life. 2018. Bonus – snow-covered holiday Dresden.

Rizhanka ” December 27, 2020, 20:54

There is very little left to do. )))

The travel kit of Empress Maria-Louise of Austria. It is interesting for ladies to look at it, there are all kinds of things, vials, jars, powders, nail files, scissors.

That will be the end of it. What I have shown you is only a small part of what we have seen. And how much more we haven’t seen. 130 rooms we couldn’t get through:))) If you have not been there, but are going to and want to see a lot, then count on at least three hours, if not more.

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Re: Christmas in Bavaria. Memories from a past life. 2018. Bonus – snow-covered holiday Dresden.

Rizhanka ” December 27, 2020, 21:04

We’re out and it’s raining outside.

Only time left for us to stop for lunch at the New Town Hall restaurant. I’ve shown it before. Then to get our things to the hotel and to the airport. Such a wonderful Christmas we had two years ago, as if in a past life.

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In a mall on the way there was an original window display, the goods are displayed in the form of Christmas trees. :))) It looks interesting.

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Re: Christmas in Bavaria. Memories from a past life. 2018. Bonus – snow-covered holiday Dresden.

Rizhanka ” 28 Dec 2020, 23:23

I have everything on Bavaria.

But yesterday I happened to find the photos of snow-covered Dresden ten years ago (I was looking for Riga for “Flower Therapy”), we were passing through there just for Christmas (December 25, 2010). Have arrived and have got in a real winter fairy tale, paths are not beaten yet, places went directly on a snow field. The weather in the evening lent some mystery and magic to the town. There were not many people, and the Christmas markets were closed. Although, the closer to the square (somewhere near the Frauenkirche), the noisier it got, Christmas melody was pouring from somewhere and we went to the sounds:)))

Indeed, in the small patch, life is boiling, mulled wine is poured, even something to eat. but we found a working Coselpalais Grand Café & Restaurant. At other times you probably have to book a table here, but on the first day of Christmas there were not many visitors, and, yes, the menu was cut down, but what a wonderful atmosphere there was in it. I don’t even remember what we had to eat (it’s been a while), but I still remember the feeling of a festive dinner.)

What was all that about? Just since I found the pictures, I thought I’d show them. I don’t think it often snows on Christmas night in Dresden, but we were lucky.

– The report is called “Christmas in Bavaria” and this is Saxony – not good. – But it’s also Christmas, and it’s from a past life. – Let it be just a nice bonus:)))

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Out on the square. This is where life is concentrated on the evening of December 25:)))

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Re: Christmas in Bavaria. Memories from a past life. 2018. Bonus – snow-covered holiday Dresden.

Rijanka ” 28 Dec 2020, 23:33

And here’s Kozelpalas with the restaurant, where we’ll have dinner:)

After dinner and the mood is great:)))

I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year. May 2021 bring us all more joy and more certainty. And to travel-weary people I wish new routes, easy roads, and bright travels.

Take care and stay healthy.

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Re: Christmas in Bavaria. Memories from a past life. 2018. Bonus – snow-covered holiday Dresden.

sergeyf73 ” 29 Dec 2020, 01:04

Rizhanka wrote (a) 28 Dec 2020, 23:23: Just since I found the pictures, I thought I’d show them. I don’t think it often snows on Christmas night in Dresden, but we were lucky.

Absolutely the right thing to do. A snow-covered city at Christmas is just the kind of gift one can only dream of in recent years.

Rizhanka wrote(a) on Dec 28, 2020, 11:23 pm: Out on the square. This is where life is concentrated on the evening of December 25.

That’s you, I have to say, a major stroke of luck. Usually all the Christmas fairs are closed on December 25. In Bonn, everything is taken away on December 24. Maybe it’s different in Dresden, though.

Olga, happy New Year to you too. I wish you health and luck and we’ll get the rest!

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Re: Christmas in Bavaria. Memories from a past life. 2018. Bonus – snow-covered holiday Dresden.

JamKit ” December 29, 2020, 12:06

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That’s a gorgeous bonus! What gorgeous snowdrifts! And how nice the dressy winter Dresden is.

Thanks for the memories of Bavaria and Saxony. Happy New Year! And may the new year be very good.

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Re: Christmas in Bavaria. Memories from a past life. 2018. Bonus – snow-covered holiday Dresden.

ywi ” 29 Dec 2020, 16:15

Rizhanka wrote(a) on 21 Dec 2020, 22:46: Thought, why not share these wonderful moments with my friends?

Of course you should share. Especially since you remind me of such an interesting region.

Rizhanka wrote(a) 21 Dec 2020, 22:46: I can’t make a full report, especially on the forum there is a lot of information about Bavaria and I won’t tell you anything new, little things are already forgotten, but I will show you the photos with pleasure . So, Bavaria.

Your report is very uplifting. Doesn’t matter if you spent two days here or a week. The places are nice, I would love to see the pictures. So many interesting things there. It’s beautiful! Maybe someday I’ll get there myself. The route has been ready for a year, but I would like to see it implemented, not like this year. ))

Rizhanka wrote(a) 22 Dec 2020, 21:56: We had a trip to Neuschwanstein Castle planned for the next day.

Overcast, but very beautiful.

Rizhanka wrote(a) 22 Dec 2020, 21:56: We went up to the observation deck and there’s a bummer. All the beauty is covered by the scaffolding.

Nicedub wrote(a) 23 Dec 2020, 10:10: – in a circle go. and then, I assume, on the new will begin. We were in 2010 – the scaffolding was on the right, and blocked some of the gorgeous view from the bridge. )))

That’s kind of sad. Scary. ((

There are probably many times more people in summer. Stomping around, getting in the way, messing with my head, prying into the camera? ))

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Rizhanka wrote(a) 23 Dec 2020, 00:22: Returning to Munich, on the way we stop at the charming village Oberammergau, it’s famous for its painted houses. I liked the village very much.

You are not the first one to recommend visiting Oberammergau, but I still do not know if I want to go there or not. How long does it take to see these houses, half an hour, an hour? I wonder if you can walk up to them in the summer so you don’t get trampled.

As much as I haven’t read about Nuremberg on the forum, people have so many different opinions. Some like the city so much that they want to come back again, some even regret that he came here. The pictures of your Nuremberg are fascinating. I’m even curious, how was it for you? Did you have enough time? How much would you budget for Nuremberg if you were going to do a full summer trip to these places?

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Re: Christmas in Bavaria. Memories from a past life. 2018. Bonus – snow-covered holiday Dresden.

JamKit ” 29 Dec 2020, 16:40

ywi wrote (a) Dec 29, 2020, 4:15 pm: How much would you budget for Nuremberg if you were going to do a full summer trip through those places?

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Re: Christmas in Bavaria. Memories from a past life. 2018. Bonus – snow-covered holiday Dresden.

Leopoldina ” 30 Dec 2020, 00:42

And I finally joined the readers. Rizhanka , thank you for such a pretty photo journey. For several years I’ve been dreaming to visit Christmas markets in some European cities, but I still can’t, and so far I just read other people’s stories. I am glad to “walk” in Munich and Nuremberg. I was in these cities 5 years ago as part of a tour to Bavaria in early May, and since then I want to come again, but by myself, to wander leisurely through the streets, cathedrals and museums.

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Thank you so much for the photos of the Munich residence. I once saw a couple of pictures of the Antiquarium and wanted to see the whole museum (alas, we were only taken to the inner courtyards of the Residenz). And after your photos I realized once again that I must!

The fountain in Nuremberg. The figure of a peasant, carrying two geese seemed familiar. Yes, I’ve seen exactly the same sculpture in the courtyard of the Hohenschwangau Castle. I understand that it was not part of your tour?

About Neuschwanstein. Our inability to get to the bridge Marienbrücke (just closed for repairs) compensated by the magnificent views of the lake and the mountains from the balcony of the castle. On that day, it was cloudy, and suddenly the sun began to break through the clouds and illuminate the snow-covered mountains. It was a fantastic sight.

Oberammergau photo can not be too many :), the town is beautiful. Each house is a work of art, you can look at and consider.

ywi wrote(a) 29 Dec 2020, 16:15: How long does it take to look at these houses, half an hour, an hour? I wonder if you can walk up to them in the summer so you don’t get trampled.

ywi , they took us around town for 2 hours or maybe more. The biggest crowd was our group. :))

When I was looking at the pictures of Christmas cities, I remembered Rothenburg ob der Tauber – the city, where you can get into the Christmas fairy tale at any time of year. There is a Christmas Museum there, aka a Christmas and Christmas decorations store. It’s a beautiful store. :)

Thanks again. And happy New Year! Fulfill all your hopes!

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