Schloss Schaenke Hotel
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Thursday 9th - Picked up our hire car today in Berlin. Not a Mercedes A Class like mentioned, not even the two other "similar" cars mentioned on the booking but we got a Peugeot 3008 which seems to do the trick. Shawn can't drive properly in a Left Hand drive vehicle nor a car with European shift patterns (Reverse on the left and indicators/wipers ...
... us into the town via Poland first - that was pretty cool approaching the bridge in Poland, then crossing the bridge bringing us into Germany on the other side!
We checked in to our attic room in the lovely old Meridean Hotel, unpacked and settled then headed out for some sightseeing. I'm so glad we came to this town; it's really nice and I agree with what I read on the internet somewhere, that it's a hidden gem! I also happened to read ...
... and had a mistress as well as many other women. He was known to have 8-9 children, but it is thought he had many more from different women. He did not have a religion , but to become King he became a Catholic and built the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, next to the Royal Palace (Residenzschloss). August II also had Zwinger Palace built. He saw Versailles and was very impressed and wanted something similar in ...
... 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.