BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Bautzen
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After the hustle and bustle of a series of cities, plus the confrontational nature of Nazi/ Hitler/Holocaust etc, it was so nice to escape to a small town on the Elbe River. Having said that, I must admit I was impressed with the way Germany does not dilute or avoid mentioning the horrors of the past. There is no elephant in the corner of the room! This beautiful National Park is very close to the border with the Czech Republic. After a pleasant train journey ...
... Alps. Augsburg is a moderately sized city named after Augustus Caesar. At one point this was the northern frontier of the Roman Empire.
Day 21 Augsberg to Landsberg
Most of the day we cycled along the Lech river. The river meanders through park and woodland and has several dams creating large lakes every few kilometers. Landsberg looks very nice but just as we stepped ...
"It is with a heavy heart" we leave the dear old Elbe river with the ancient city of Prague beckoning over the horizon. That section of the Wandweg will have to wait another day.
From Dresden we trained to Wurzburg on the Main to start the second half of this Deutschland odessey.
Wurzburg is full of beautiful squares, cobbled streets and very old buildings. It is surrounded by steep hills planted with vineyards and the ...
... around noon and proceeded to the train station to buy tickets for Wurzburg. Had a fabulous dinner at the local outdoor market. Smoked pork chop, a diced spinach dish that I really liked and of course, potatoes.
The landscape leading into Dresden changed quite dramatically from wide open flood plane with marsh, forest and agriculture to steep sided valley with vineyards. Kudos to the Elbe Wanderweg folks for making what could ...
... that has advertised live piano music on Thursday evenings. When I arrived there was only soft music on speakers playing. I ordered a glass of wine and waited, but still not live music. When I paid and asked about the piano music, I was told that the WM takes precedence and that it would return later. When I left it was the first time that I felt that it was good that I was walking instead of driving. I had 2 glasses of wine at the Stammtisch and another at the ...