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... rubble and completed in 2005. Hurray for Germany.
Two hours after Dresden we arrived in Prague. Our "host" says she miscommunicated with her help, thus we had to wait 45 minutes to check in. Actually rather fortunate as we spent the time in a small, and very quaint and pleasant, bar where Fred had a .5 liter pilsner for $1.25, but spend thrift Sheila required a full $1.80 for a glass of wine.
Today was another bus day - Prague to Berlin. Lunch wasn't provided so we stopped for about an hour in Dresden for a brief walking tour to the Protestant and Catholic churches, a long mosaic wall and to have lunch. Jen and Sean took those of us brave enough to try it for currywurst. When we got there Sean told us a cautionary tale involving a lot of sweat and hallucinations when he tried ...
... have looked like when they were first built. As this church is really only 20 years old, the interior is fresh and detailed - copied from photos and plans of the original structure. It is a shame that it had to be bombed and rebuilt to achieve such a magnificent building.
Our visit to Dresden coincided with rain, so it was nice not to be on the bike for a few days. We had decided to stay in Dresden for 3 nights. Firstly because we ...
I woke up yesterday and was still feeling kind of yucky in my stummy, so I skipped my ab exercising and went and ate some yogurt instead. That dairy really helped, and I should have just eaten some the day before or something to quench that boiling spicyness (never sitting outside in the sun that long after eating spicy food, oiyioiyoiy, or I'll make sure to have a lot of Joghurt and Eis on hand). I then went outside and picked some berries.
I checked my ...
... the wooden planked path I could have landed in the Czech Republic, but we weren't supposed to leave the path as to not disturb the nature).
We continued biking and made it to the top . It was 905m high (a little over half a mile). The view was really pretty. We decided to eat something. They only had meat stuff, so I had the joy of picking ham out of my pea soup (Erbsensuppe). The lady had tried to get as much of it out as she could, and I picked out ...