FFF Cityhotel Leonardo Dresden
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... we settled into our riverside hotel. The next morning, we hired some bikes to cycle along the river. We went via a cute little town called Schmilka, and into Czech for coffee. All along the river were picturesque villages. We took the ferry for a short trip across river and rode back along the other bank. We then cycled in the opposite direction towards Pirna, then back. The weather, chilly at first, warmed up nicely. We passed by some very lovely little ...
... coffee, we were ready to attack the remaining hills with renewed vigour. By lunch time we had in fact conquered all the climbs and stopped for lunch at a bench overlooking the valley that would lead us into Fussen.
We had a herd of about a dozen horses munching contentedly on the lush grass to our left and on the slope to our right, a large herd of cows all with bells attached. The ...
"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 ...
... a service is in progress. At one point a woman minister got up on the podium and spent about 10 minutes giving a sermon or something. It was all in German so I didn’t understand a word.
After leaving the church I started looking around for a place to have lunch as it was about that time. After perusing the menus of several of the cafes around the plaza, I settled on the Italian Classico restaurant. I’d normally stay away from ...
... a place of confinement. Those solid and hefty walls survive today, and what we see in the small fortress at Terezin is essentially what remained in 1945. There has been no attempt at prettyfication or reconstruction, so there is an earthy, authentic and immediate atmosphere. You know that the ground you walk on and the cells you enter are absolutely real.
However, it proved tricky to get in. We faced more baffling bureaucracy, having to join a guided tour that ...