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... the GPS for my final destination for the day - Jelenia Gora, Poland. I arrived early than expected and had enjoyed driving through the autumn forests so much I took a further afternoon drive on a loop through the countryside to take in the natural beauty of the area. I settled in for a quiet night in my little caravan (and even smaller bed!) after a relaxing, enjoyable day of driving and ...
... fine to us.
Very warm and cozy place. We had a good meal and a wonderful beer, Landskrom, brewed locally. Maybe one of the best beers we've had yet on this trip. It's so hard to tell, as there are so many good beers here.
Back in our room, we enjoyed seeing the lights of the town from our windows. We snuggled in for the night.
Tomorrow: Catching a bit more of Görlitz and on to Rothenburg Ober de Tauber.
... 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 ...
... that was used in the Oscar winning movie The Grand Budapest Hotel, which was formerly a department store in the day and is now being renovated like so many other old buildings in this city. Spectacular!
Even though we struck out on genealogy we discovered a most beautiful intact medieval town, undamaged by the war.
A town to be remember and returned to. ...
... 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 ...