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... the new camera Annabel bought and taking panoramic shots of mountains and and macro shots of flowers. They saw the boys cycling up to Sella and took some pass pics before having a coffee. Then they decided to go down the mountain and look at the shops. The goal was to travel down to a city at the bottom and the boys would ride down. They got to Worlkenstein where the boys were dropped off and the shops were shut for lunch. It was becoming quite overcast ...
If someone says, Germany is a flat country, they never biked through there. I crossed the "Fichtelgebirg", the little "Erzgebirge", plus heaps of hills not specially mentioned, but with all my luggage at least challenging.
After passing the town of Hof, I then came to the boarder Bayern /Sachsen .
I did take little notice at the sign there, that until November 12th 1989, Germany and Europe were divided at that point.
To my surprise, now on former East ...
I am in Zwickau, 40 km west of Chemnitz.
Will leave veery soon towards Dresden, a good 100 km distance.
Plan to have a day rest in Dresden, if everything works out.
Talk about yesterday and what will happen today from Dresden.
(Isaac and Sebastian,your cards will be coming!
... more mild weather has made the coach journey far more comfortable than before, the previous ones have been more reminiscent of a Turkish sauna! After arriving at the services, it was apparent from the off that despite being in Germany for a well rounded cultural experience, the obvious choice for lunch for the student masses was Burger King. The remaining journey into Dresden is professed to ...
... century. Of all the German rulers was Friedrich I Barbarrossa who visited the castle most often and developed the structure of the castle as we see it today. The emperor Frederick Barbarossa visited Altenburg several times between 1165 and 1188, hence the town is named a Barbarossa town today. Two Romanesque towers were added to the castle complex that further strengthened ...