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We are now approaching the Saxon "Switzerland" on the border with the Czech Republic. This is mining country and reminds me if the Colorado mining area. Silver and a bunch of rare earth metals were hauled out of this region until the mines died. The towns south and east of Zwichau are deep in the hills and now create the most incredible wood carved items and handmade lace. Gorgeous country as usual :) Zwichau is also known for the cars produced by the Horch factory - Audi ...
... hated the Eiffel Tower, but ate frequently at the restaurant, and when asked why he stated "because it is the only place from which I cannot see it". You would have to live in this place to not have to look at it. I couldn't even take a picture of it!
Our guide took us to a few springs, after we bought our special cups. They are designed so that you can drink the water without staining your teeth? Yes,you read that ...
... able way. I'd hoped they weren't English but it turned out they were, self loathing. Experienced soup which was served in an edible bread bowl, always going to go down well. McDonald's serves beer instead of soft drinks, fabulous. Enough reason to visit Prague as any. Got a horrific case of chub rub on my thighs, had to stop and buy nappy rash cream so I could make it back to the hostel. Stood applying it in the street, there was no embarrassment by this point as I had ...
... s day went like this....... Sue was right - I was basically worn out by now and not feeling 100% once again due to dizziness. But never one to shirk a challenge, I wanted to climb the Sella and to claim at least one Dolomite climb as Bryan had said they are very different to Stelvio. We were actually doing the Sella Ronda or "around the Sella" which involved 4 climbs and passes and descents. It actually ended up being 2000 metres of climbing, much the ...
... a place to sleep, and the sun was up again to my nice surprise.
In the meantime, I rode the next 120 km to Dresden. I have for the first time since leaving Switzerland given myself a day off biking. I stay in a sort of youth hostel, 11 euro per night, a shower and breakfast, perfect for me.
I have already and will tonight a bit more experience Dresden. Very interesting, will write a blog about this city later.
Today is my last day in Germany, will be in Poland ...