Protests in Dresden

Today Callum and I took a father-and-son trip to Dresden. As soon as we walked out of the train station we stumbled upon a huge protest of far-right demonstrators, as well as a matching counter-protest, for the 75th anniversary of the bombing of the city in 1945. There were more riot police than you could shake a stick at (though actually they were the ones with the sticks). Fortunately we had a peaceful and interesting day!

Far-right protestors outside the train station.
Okay, not really.
I cranked the Party Accelerator up to 11! 🎸🤘
Riot police outside the train station. We had to weave around them to get inside.
The train had a handy receptacle for you to store your shapes!
Back in Prague, the tram stop at I.P. Pavlova had a Mentos ad that dispensed a pack of Mentos gum every two minutes.

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