Czoch Castle Hotel
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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 ...
... recognition, but it was restored by specialists and returned to Zittau for display in 1999.
Sitting in the darkened church in front of the climate-controlled chamber containing the Veil, we listened to its story via an audio device while our German friends had a loudspeaker commentary. It is a wonderful thing, decorated with 90 biblical pictures plus a decorative border and the pictures are still ...
... about England and took time out to correct my pronunciation of some German words – thank you! Their elder daughter and her boyfriend also arrived so lots more talking was done – I know it sounds awful, but its such a relief when people can speak English, and these two were extremely good at it – Anna will be a great English teacher when she finishes university.
The family house is beautiful, some parts ...
Brandi and I readied in the morning and went down to breakfast at 08:00 to find Michael waiting to see me. He only stayed about 5 minutes but wanted me to have his business card. After breakfast, Brandi and I walked around town on a picture-taking mission. I showed her the sights from the Night Watchman tour. We attempted to buy souvenirs but were ...
... horrible cold and promptly passed out. I believe I have an ear infection. A retail clerk at a purse store called a doctor. They could get me in but want 100 euro for the visit. We decided to wait. We went back to the room and Brandi fell asleep. She would wake briefly but felt unable to move. I toured the criminal museum by myself. I especially loved learning how pillories were set up in the town square. These were little cages they would lock people into and I could see where ...