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... Gardena - sadly it was 9 km ! It was stunning scenery which I tried to appreciate but in truth I was stuffed. So it was a grind up the climb, but is made it. Then the massive storm hit - it thundered down in sheets of wind-driven rain which quickly turned the road into a river. We waited it out for a while and thought it had cleared so set off on our 11 km descent. Then the heavens opened again!! I have never been so cold and wet and unable to see on ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... beautiful, and this is where it had started to clear and get warm. We sat there and I took pictures and we just talked... it was great.
We then continued walking "off the course" (I say it that way cause, true, it wasn't the "official public course", but the places we were going were used by climber and hikers and such, so it wasn't like we were traipsing through unchartered wilderness or anything, I mean, there was ...