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So we left our
campsite at Wolfsburg following a bit of a rainy night, (I need to
make a fix for the leak above my head when asleep, if only I could
work out where it is coming from – Thats a joy of classic car
ownership I guess!) around 10:30 and decided to make a middle
overnight stop between Wolfsburg and Berlin, our next big city stop.
We had found
After a good nights sleep, kit slightly. Dryer but still wet, I set of in light rain towards Warsaw and Germany. Although its raining I can feel its getting warmer already. I make steady progress beginning the day about 200 miles behind schedule, although I don't feel any pressure.
Around the Warsaw ring road, I am impressed easy peasy, a clean tidy city worth another visit at a later date I feel, and on to Germany. The other good thing about Poland is just about every ...
... the next village to dad's home). It's a small world!
Luk, our Program Director, had been taking photos all week and had produced a CD for us to buy. The evening ended with a slide show of some of the photographs, including one of my rear view!
Returned to our cabin (I mean stateroom) to pack. Not an ideal time to be bending down packing a suitcase stored under the bed after all the wine, champage and food!
... be able to give us information. As this person is not available until late in the afternoon we go for a walk and have a leisurely lunch in this pretty town. When Al and Alwin go off to there meeting I stroll the shopping street and buy myself the perfect Facinator for my evening at the Moulin Rouge. Their meeting goes well, they come away with more information to do more research on, and I have the perfect Facinator.
... I have had in a long time :-)
It Was a good opportunity for Julien to practice his German, me too of course haha and our friends were also excited to practice their English on us too. I think we were possibly some of the only English tourists at the festival. It consisted mostly of German and Dutch.
Think I have heard enough of riders of the storm for a little while, But definitely want to come again next year. Above all ...