Clarion Grandhotel Zlaty Lev
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... of a bacon n egg McMuffin and a couple of leisurely coffees using our trusty little kettle. At least the water from the tap was icy cold, so we had been able to keep our milk relatively cool in the bathroom sink yesterday and overnight.
We picked up a few supplies in the nearby shops and then we were off again towards Gorlitz, another town recommended by Tomas, as we make our way towards Krakow. Not before we stopped for fuel and a car ...
... Gretchen's family, The Hentschke's. We already had seen several large construction sites with the Hentschke name while on the train from Dresden to Görlitz.
Our train ride was moving along steadily until we came to stop at a small depot about 14 km out of Görlitz. Un beknownst to us because of the language, an announcement had apparently been made ...
Only update were I'm now.
Cut my day a bit short yesterday, because of bad weather. Stopped just short of Goerliz.
120 km, through wet and slippery bikeways, crossing the "Saxon Schweiz", very challenging!
It is 6am now, will have breakfast, the weather looks good, will leave towards Wroclaw Poland, was formerly under German rule called "Breslau ...
... heading that way when we heard music. It turned out to be a small group of musicians & singers, obviously practising for something, and we stood for a while and enjoyed their excellent music. We then climbed the tower, hard work but worth it for the spectacular views of the surrounding countryside, including more rocks, the village of Oybin and even power stations in Poland!
A travelling day today and off to the furthest south-east corner of Germany to meet up with our friends who live in the small town of Eibau. We had a good journey, autobahn most of the way round Chemnitz & Dresden, then down the road to Eibau – an N road but very patched, and unusual in that it seemed to be wall-to-wall villages with very little space in between, unlike the A9 which hardly gave us a view of a house.