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... rubble and completed in 2005. Hurray for Germany.
Two hours after Dresden we arrived in Prague. Our "host" says she miscommunicated with her help, thus we had to wait 45 minutes to check in. Actually rather fortunate as we spent the time in a small, and very quaint and pleasant, bar where Fred had a .5 liter pilsner for $1.25, but spend thrift Sheila required a full $1.80 for a glass of wine.
Today was another bus day - Prague to Berlin. Lunch wasn't provided so we stopped for about an hour in Dresden for a brief walking tour to the Protestant and Catholic churches, a long mosaic wall and to have lunch. Jen and Sean took those of us brave enough to try it for currywurst. When we got there Sean told us a cautionary tale involving a lot of sweat and hallucinations when he tried ...
... Reconstruction of the church, using as much of the rubble as possible, was commenced in 1994. The new cross for the tower was presented by the Duke of Kent in 2000 as a gift from the people of Great Britain. The new church was consecrated in October 2005. It is easy to spot the original stones in the construction as they are fire-blackened. When visiting the interior of the Frauenkirche you can imagine what other ancient churches of ...
... hot dog' as a first course for lunch.
Although the morning was overcast and threatening a shower the sun did come out as we set up camp at the campsite and had the rest of our lunch. At 5pm it started raining quiet hard, but fortunately there was a break about 7pm just enough to prepare, eat and wash up after dinner.
As we are only 23km from Dresden and at least two days rest, we may decide in the morning to go back to Meissen with light bikes to see the museum ...
... or when she was cheering at cross country races. "PUMP
THOSE ARMS!!!" haha, that's her. Always there to support, and I can
always hear her voice, even when she's on the other side of the track.
Maybe she can yell really loud, but I like to think that it is also her
motherly connection to me that allows me to always hear her cheering me
on. "You can do this Curtis, looking good" That's my cross country
coach, Mrs. Kunkel. Always ...