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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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It started pouring with rain at 5pm with strong gusty winds so it looked like we were in for another yukky day. We stayed in bed until 6:30 hoping the rain would ease, then packed up 3 of the panniers in the tent and had breakfast. By this time the rain had reduced to light sprinkles so we moved the last pannier and the rack pack that had all the daily stuff to a nearby shelter that had a table and made our flask of hot water ready ...
... today and the last 5km of dyke path to the ferry in a stiff breeze were hard work. We decided to pick up more water in Pretzch (we got there at 11:30) before going on to the campsite. Another nothing town in comparison to the Austrian places on the Inn and Danube. Whilst there the sky became overcast and rain threatened. We cycled the last 5km to the campsite, arriving at ...
... This was the last straw on a day that should have been straightforward. A further consultation with Sammy found us the Hotel Acron just 250m away. A nice room was available for a reasonable price so we checked in. We unpacked our gear and locked up the bikes in their bike shelter and made a rather late ham sandwitch for lunch. Although Val was getting quite comfortable onthe nice bed, we set out to take in the sights of ...
Today was planned as a short day as we wanted time to visit the Bauhaus. Getting up and packing was again cold and windy. Val was really fed-up with being cold so much this trip, given that it was almost june. The sun came out and stayed out as we set off. The path was straightforward beside the Aken to Dessau road for quite a way. However at the point that we were supposed to turn off through the forest to Grosskaunau there was a diversion sign (Umleitung) ...
... through the forest and we came to a very impressive gateway to a, now vanished palace at Friederikenberg. It was interesting that just as went through Steckby just after 10am near the end of our days ride, a group of four females were leaving their pension to start theirs. Suddenly the breeze stopped and the sun came out and we had a lovely ride down to the ferry for Aken.
Syd found our campsite and we waited in the sunshine ...