As a girl born in Saxony I´m proud of the capital city Dresden. Honey had never been there, so we decided to pay a little visit during the Easter holidays. I booked the hotel, grabbed my bunny ring and we hopped into the car.
We had such a freezy weather, so we spent most of the time visiting museums and exhibitions.
At the "Albertinum":
40s style halo hat: ebay.uk
Giant: "Berserker 1" by Stella Hamberg
Seeing the original paintings of Caspar David Friedrich and Otto Dix was very impressive.
Afterwards we had a guided tour through the incredible opera house Semperoper. What an opulence! Just one little detail from the ceiling:
But Easter is also about a lot of good food, wouldn't you think? We enjoyed our great German specialities at the antique restaurant "Dresden 1900".
50s Clipons: ebay.uk
Wiggle dress: ebay.uk
Lipstick: Guerlain - excess de rouge
As a supprise, there was a special decoration at the gents' restroom:
We got a little pink Easter cake and enjoyed it while relaxing on the hotel bed.
But Dresden is not only a town full of beautiful renaissance buildings and baroque treasures, it also has an upcoming nightlife. We had a drink in a Heavy Metal bar and I loved the "Heavy Metal Last Supper"-painting on the wall, starring Lemmy Kilmister as Jesus - he is the God of Rock´n´Roll for me, too.
Looking for some more entertainment in the Neustadt, we stranded in the little Blue Note Bar. What a great place! We were listening to brilliant live jazz music, had some more drinks and talked to the sweet little barkeeper Anna for hours.
After the sun had shown up the next day, I celebrated with my last bunny cake for this year and we said "Goodbye Dresden, you treated us very well!"
PS: If you have to walk a lot, need comfty shoes and still wanna look like a queen, wear this:
Pumps: Miss L Fire
Tights: Falke (they perfectly fit my 50s Clipons)