Schloss Schaenke Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... pushed the bikes to the local train station. On arrival, Annette checked that our tickets purchased online last evening were OK and found that we had travel from Alexander Platz to Berlin Central and then to Dresden. All good. The trip to central station was without drama and our first port of call was a cafe. We found one that served Segafrado coffee. We positioned ourselves outside the cafe so that we could keep an eye on our gear. We enjoyed coffee and a snack before we went for a ...
Another warm, sunny day, and for us a rest day. We were up early, as usual, walked to the train station at 9am to check email and bill payments (there is free email here while the booking office is open, unlike the hotel where you have to pay). We then spent the rest of the morning quietly in our ...
... what we will do on Thursday.
The quilts on our bed were very thick and far too warm so we elected to use our own sleeping bags and quillt liner rather than the hotel supplied linen (what are you supposed to do, run the air conditioning at 5 degrees so you need such a heavy quilt?). The pillows were very small (unusual for Germany) and did not provide enough support so we used our own blow-up camping pillows. Although the bed was very hard (harder than ...
... which included Kaninchenbrühe Celestine + HGM Wildhasenbraten in Preiselbeersoße, dazu Blaukraut und Böhmishe Knödel and for dessert Frisch gebackene Apfelkrapfen (a rabbit broth with some vegetables, roasted wild rabbit in cranberry sauce, with red cabbage and Bohemian noodle and for dessert fresh baked apple fritters).
On Saturday I checked off one remaining item on my sightseeing itinerary for Bautzen. I went to the Bautzen Stadtmuseum (city museum). I ...
... looks after the garden at her church and took us for a visit. Inside is a beautiful quilted cross, (also planned by Uli, a very creative lady), Anna had very kindly given up her room for us as she was returning to Bamberg, and after settling in, we all went to the local Italian for a very nice meal. We did lots of chatting about everything under the sun, then we retired home and Anna went back to university.