AHORN Hotel Am Fichtelberg
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... It also produced the Trabant a metal and plastic car used all over the Eastern bloc. The museum there is very well done. As we left town we passed this incredibly large VW plant. Now you know. Our home for the night was on a mixed use parking lot next to the downtown area and the town center...the lot was big enough for several hundred cars but you could here a pin drop at night. And, in the corner was a very efficient public toilet -stainless steel, clean and only one half ...
... unique temperature and mineral content, even though they all come from the same original source. The town is located in a large valley, surrounded by a beautiful forest popular with Czech, German and Russian hunters. Right in the middle of this beautiful, quaint town is a monstrosity of a building built in 1972- no surprise, it's a basic communist style building- UGLY. The only thing I could think of was the story of Guy de ...
Arrived in Prague having left half of my liquids at the airport, but I half expected that having packed the equivalent of Boots. First night was interesting, we were staying in a 36 bed dorm so expected to see some ropey behaviour, but not feel it. Me and Fleur were woken up to the sound of crunching Doritos. Fine. Expected. Well the share bag of Doritos wasn't all they were planning on sharing. What followed was a two hour sex ordeal. I refuse to accept that there is anything ...
... to Bryan I should get the girls to pick me up. He said not a good idea as we were the furthest point from them, so in other words harden up :) I'm glad I did as the descent from Pordoi was stunning and involved 36 hairpin turns! It gave me a chance to recover and make the next ascent to passo Campolongo which was only a 3km climb. After our descent we hit a rain storm and stopped for lunch in xx. It had fined up a bit so we set off on our final climb - up ...
Since last night I am in Dresden.
In the last blog, I mentioned, having arrived in Zwickau, but not how.
I struggled a bit to find the right road out of Bayreuth, but once the city is away, the problem is forgotten, or say better solved. In Bindlach, a smaller place, I stopped at a bike shop , to get an extra drink holder, plus a spare tyre, as the profile of the back one is not looking great. I am told, this special one should last for up to 10000 km, I am happy with ...