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... looking buildings, we prefer Germany. So we spent about 5 minutes in Poland. And we can cross that off our list.
The walking tour was now over, and we explored on our own, still marveling at this wonderful town. Lots of beautiful doorways with stunning detail. We noticed that some of the building's top windows looked like sleepy eyes, sneaking a peek at you. We stopped at a pottery store, featuring pottery with traditional ...
... as you can get - just gorgeous. We wandered into the Tourist information centre as we could't seem to find the movie building. Haha we had been sitting right next to it whilst eating our sausage! It was great to see it, although the outside was unrecognisable compared to the movie and unfortunately it was shut today. We could see the old grand staircase through the window though :) Apparently it was a major effort to bring the whole production to the ...
... that was used in the Oscar winning movie The Grand Budapest Hotel, which was formerly a department store in the day and is now being renovated like so many other old buildings in this city. Spectacular!
Even though we struck out on genealogy we discovered a most beautiful intact medieval town, undamaged by the war.
A town to be remember and returned to. ...
We went to Goelitz and Bautzen this day. We didn't depart from our hotel until after 1pm. Goerlitz was about 1.5 hours from Dresden. We had only about an hour to walk in Gorlitz because mom wanted to visit Bautzen. What a rush!!!! We took the tram in Gorlitz... walked through a nice park... saw the river where Poland was on the opposite side... asked for directions from an old man across the street and he kindly stopped and crossed the road to help ...
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Cut my day a bit short yesterday, because of bad weather. Stopped just short of Goerliz.
120 km, through wet and slippery bikeways, crossing the "Saxon Schweiz", very challenging!
It is 6am now, will have breakfast, the weather looks good, will leave towards Wroclaw Poland, was formerly under German rule called "Breslau ...