Mercure Parkhotel Gorlitz
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... A lady was sticking her middle finger out when mom sped across a red light... she was kind and was trying to say she'll get fined if there is police. We ran back to the station... we made it!
Bautzen was very nice. It's a cute town. We spent 1.5 hours there but saw many things. We were given a free map at the tourist office :) The lady was kind enough to give it to us for free. We got two ice cream there.... trying to relieve my stress ...
Only update were I'm now.
Cut my day a bit short yesterday, because of bad weather. Stopped just short of Goerliz.
120 km, through wet and slippery bikeways, crossing the "Saxon Schweiz", very challenging!
It is 6am now, will have breakfast, the weather looks good, will leave towards Wroclaw Poland, was formerly under German rule called "Breslau ...
We've started our blog with a little tour limerick: An orchestra of seventy-nine, Travelling through Germany in rain and shine, Mr Kirkwood conducting Percy Grainger, Mr Roper, Coleridge-Taylor; Getting a standing ovation (applause!) so it must have been fine! Having a great week, had a lovely time in Dresden yesterday evening, looking forward to the final ...
... Germans have all really enjoyed them and we received a standing ovation in both of them - you Brits need to pull your socks up!! We're really looking forward to this evening and we're relying on those chicken burgers to fuel us up for the rehearsal later on. We hope the blog is keeping you all well updated and we're looking forward to seeing you all soon...joking, we're not really, Germany is too nice!!!! Good bye from the Flanners ...
... none from the time when I attended 2 weeks ago. One of the women indicated that there was actually no one there last week and that usual attendance can vary from 5 to 20 participants. I really felt a good connection with one of the people this week. We discussed topics ranging from travel to foreign countries, language classes, life in the former DDR, US government policies, etc. I also learned a new Saxon word—Nuh (means “yes”). Afterwards I went to ...