Hotel Suitess zu Dresden
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... we settled into our riverside hotel. The next morning, we hired some bikes to cycle along the river. We went via a cute little town called Schmilka, and into Czech for coffee. All along the river were picturesque villages. We took the ferry for a short trip across river and rode back along the other bank. We then cycled in the opposite direction towards Pirna, then back. The weather, chilly at first, warmed up nicely. We passed by some very lovely little ...
... not the brown of our non-irrigated land. The soil also looks very rich and you could probably grow almost any cool climate crop.
Interestingly, much of the Romantic Strasse is also a part of the Via Claudius Augusta which is the old Roman road that links the Po river valley in northern Italy to southern Germany and is apparently much used by cyclists, of whom we have seen none.
... of castles, churches and the like dotted throughout. The town has a beautiful old bridge across the Main used only by cyclists and pedestrians. People were lingering on the bridge enjoying the late afternoon sun with a glass of wine purchased from the wine bar conveniently located at one end of the bridge. So we joined them.
Our route is the Romantic Road starting in Wurzburg and terminating in Fussen. At the end of our first day ...
... around noon and proceeded to the train station to buy tickets for Wurzburg. Had a fabulous dinner at the local outdoor market. Smoked pork chop, a diced spinach dish that I really liked and of course, potatoes.
The landscape leading into Dresden changed quite dramatically from wide open flood plane with marsh, forest and agriculture to steep sided valley with vineyards. Kudos to the Elbe Wanderweg folks for making what could ...
... into perhaps the most hyped club in all of Berlin, Berghein. People wait hours to get in. We waited about forty minutes and in the end they told us we were too big of a group. But it was worth freezing our butts off for the story. Instead we went back to an area I had gone before, but tried out a tiny little bar that was playing great music, and danced til sunrise. It was very fun, but again I was exhausted when I hit the pillow at seven am. My last day I spent getting over to ...