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... similar to the allotments they have in England. The next day, Saturday, was going to be busy because this was a long weekend, so we set off early to see one of the most popular tourist sites here, Bastei Bridge, built in 1851. We caught an old bus which wound its way inland, then we walked down the track for a huge WOW moment which continued for hours. The rock formations in this area were truly amazing. We hiked down the hill, and caught a paddle steamer boat ...
... the bells echoed through the valley. It reminded me of a some what demented version of the gamelan music of Indonesia. I was also expecting Julie Andrews to appear at any minute.
After eating our lunch and pretty much falling asleep on the bench afterwards, we managed to get back on Traveller and Caribou for the slow easy ride into Fussen.
Total kms: 1113 Cycling Days: 19
"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 ...
So the funny thing about Dresden is that we had no intention of going there in the first place, and then when we decided to, we were a week late. Let me explain. When we discovered that Germany had made it to the World Cup Final, we came up with the great idea that it would be awesome to actually be in Germany for the final!!! However, somehow I got it in my head that the final was on a week later than it actually was. Before we realised this, we had changed our train ticket ...
... proceeded to the ruins of Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady), a church with baroque architecture. Near to the church is the Fürstenzug, a large mural of the rulers of Saxony. The mural was etched on a long structure and the build-up of the mural made it look very impressive. After the highlights of Dresden was a coach ride all the way to the capital of Germany, Berlin.