Hotel Harrachov Inn
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... what kind of tree we had been parked under but the car was covered in an incredibly sticky sap. No doubt made worse from the storm.
We arrived around 12, once again noticing so many turbine windmills along the way. There have been some parts of Europe where we've been amazed at how many there are in a concentrated area.
We missed the turn off into the town as it was closed, and didn't realise we should have taken the one before. So the ...
... her as she was also going to Görlitz. Long story short, Jessica was an accountant about to become a travel agent and we spend a wonderful time talking about our travels and getting tips from her. We stayed at a lovely boutique hotel "Der Romantik Tuckmacher", wandered through the city and ..... cemetaries trying to find any lead to no avail.
We did find ...
... Troja Chateau and it reputed to have been started in the 13th Century and produces a wide array of white and red grapes today. It is partly for the making of wine but also as an exposition of Czech viniculture. The vines are planted on the south-facing slope overlooking the old Chateau. It was a cold afternoon, but we enjoyed our exploration of something a bit different in Prague.
On our way out of Prague and the Czech Republic, we ...
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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 ...
... the bride, a very pretty girl in a traditional white dress. As she entered the chapel we could hear the strains of the music we’d heard earlier – a lovely wedding in a beautiful spot.
We set off on the circular walk round Mount Oybin and first came upon the graveyard – a very attractive place in a quiet corner; the graves were of all sizes, some small and fairly plain, others much ...