Parkhotel Lauenstein

Address: Talstr. 17, Lauenstein, Saxony, 01778, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Talstr. 17, Lauenstein.
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Travel Blogs from Lauenstein

Berlin - Dresden

A travel blog entry by paul_j_brennan on Jun 07, 2015

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... I was AWOL. Annette is pleased to be out of the big city and is looking forward to riding in a quieter city - Dresden and then on the bike path south of Dresden. The countryside is beautiful. Fields and trees of green; I'm looking out for the red roses too! We travelled past wind turbines and there were these little huts in the fields. Annette reckons that they are used by duck hunters. Who am I to argue! We had plenty of slow downs but no stops apart from a outer Berlin stop. We are ...

Dresden rest day (0km) - Day 21

A travel blog entry by sydandval on Jun 04, 2015

Another warm, sunny day, and for us a rest day. We were up early, as usual, walked to the train station at 9am to check email and bill payments (there is free email here while the booking office is open, unlike the hotel where you have to pay). We then spent the rest of the morning quietly in our ...

Meissen to Dresden (8km light + 23.5km) - Day 19

A travel blog entry by sydandval on Jun 02, 2015

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... Even our extra Thursday night cost 9euro more than our previous two nights combined. We did manage to get 2 nights in Bayreuth not too expensive. DB now also charge to transport your bike on the train, costing 5euro per bike for a day ticket.

At last we settled down to our dinner of tortellini and a huge salad after having cycled 973km from Hamburg to Dresden in 17 cycling days with one day off in Magdeburg. We will decide, after out trip to Prague ...

Strehla to Meissen (41km) - Day 18

A travel blog entry by sydandval on Jun 01, 2015

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... railway line (more like a cliff, no wonder there were no connecting roads to get to it easily). There were a number of unexpected climbs that we had to push up as well as undulations that we can now manage.

The good about the day: most of the way we had following winds, except for a couple of places where the path twisted and turned. The traffic in the roadside sections was very light. The morning coffee and cake that we had in Riesa when we got totally ****** off about the ...

Terezin, the final chapter

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 20, 2014

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... off on was the International Red Cross who would carry the message to the wider world.

The Red Cross for much of the war kept their head buried firmly in the sand as in see, hear and speak no evil. They were not alone. The Pope, Roosevelt, Churchill and numerous others also got strong whiffs of death from German and Polish territories but reacted little or not at all. Finally, however, the death clamor became so loud that the Red Cross had to respond.
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