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... the GPS for my final destination for the day - Jelenia Gora, Poland. I arrived early than expected and had enjoyed driving through the autumn forests so much I took a further afternoon drive on a loop through the countryside to take in the natural beauty of the area. I settled in for a quiet night in my little caravan (and even smaller bed!) after a relaxing, enjoyable day of driving and ...
... a pristine white and light green building next to the church. Checked in and up to our room we went for another nice surprise: a lovely, modern room with lots of space to spread out. We have a corner room, with beautiful windows on two sides, looking out onto the Obermarkt and surrounding buildings. Just gorgeous! Mark did well, again.
After dropping off our bags, exploring the room and refreshing, we headed back down to the town. ...
... what kind of tree we had been parked under but the car was covered in an incredibly sticky sap. No doubt made worse from the storm.
We arrived around 12, once again noticing so many turbine windmills along the way. There have been some parts of Europe where we've been amazed at how many there are in a concentrated area.
We missed the turn off into the town as it was closed, and didn't realise we should have taken the one before. So the ...
... Gretchen's family, The Hentschke's. We already had seen several large construction sites with the Hentschke name while on the train from Dresden to Görlitz.
Our train ride was moving along steadily until we came to stop at a small depot about 14 km out of Görlitz. Un beknownst to us because of the language, an announcement had apparently been made ...
... and on our first full day in Prague, he picked us up and took us out of town to visit an old Castle called Krivoklat. It dates from the 12th Century and was more of a favoured hunting lodge. But these days it is very popular as a film set for old movies. Whilst we were there, there was still evidence of some pretty major construction in the Yard that is for a film. After much history, the castle was owned by the Fustenburg family, who also ...