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... good, nor is the car as much fun to drive, but it will do. It has a funky emergency brake: it's not on the side of the driver, it's not on the floor, it's a stupid button. Really, a button for an e-brake?
We headed out of town in the direction of Görlitz, Germany, which was part of East Germany before the Wall fell. Mark had found the town in an old Rick Steves' book, but now ol' Ricky doesn't include it in his latest Germany ...
Well despite being an awfully hot night the cool shower worked and felt like I slept reasonably OK, although I woke at one point when a rain/storm started. Oh thank goodness for that cooler air blowing into the room. David had a rotten night though with dream after dream. He is prone to dreaming excessively, so much so that it really drives him nuts and is an issue for him. Can't believe some of the stuff he was up to during the night! LOL.
... Gretchen's family, The Hentschke's. We already had seen several large construction sites with the Hentschke name while on the train from Dresden to Görlitz.
Our train ride was moving along steadily until we came to stop at a small depot about 14 km out of Görlitz. Un beknownst to us because of the language, an announcement had apparently been made ...
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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 ...
... before WW2 and survived the bombing there because it was moved back to Zittau. Soviet soldiers then found it & used it to line the cabin of their sauna/bathhouse and when they left it was found by an old man who returned it to the museum. It was then ignored until 1989 and the dissolution of the GDR, when the new director of the museum found all the fragments and pieced them together. The central part was ...