Hotel Prinz Eugen
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... station officers who indicated that the carriage that I was standing beside was our carriage. You beauty! Only one problem, we had to lift our bikes up two bloody stairs! Not as easy task when you have 6 bags attached to the bike with a combined weight of nearly 40 kg. I knew that I should have gone to World Gym with Niko before we left for OS. Anyway, struggled successfully to get them on board. Two bikes were already racked, so we racked ours. They took up a bit of space and as we ...
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 ...
... interesting particularly in the sections devoted to different countries. The items in the shops were all rather expensive and we didn't thnk they would survive in our panniers so we were content with a souvenir medal. We then returned to the campsite, packed the tent and loaded the bikes and were away by 11:30am.
With only 23km to go we stopped for lunch 12km short under a wild cherry tree (yum!). Only two detours today and a good riverside path all the ...
... our trip to Dresden. Everything goes smooth. The first class car was only a half a car so we sat at a table across from two German businessmen who didn't speak English. No conversation happening here so I worked on the blog, we talked, ordered some coffee and I ate the rest of my apple strudel. I found upon opening the bag that Mom had got to it already. So it's a 4 hour uneventful ride into Dresden, Germany.
A bit about Dresden. Dresden's Christmas Market is ...
... a conversation partner type thing. Even after they started preaching to me, I sat there for ten minutes to be nice and because it was nice to hear someone outside of our program speaking English.
I feel so bad that I can't talk normally. I want my voice back! Everyone in our group was nice about it, but I felt bad because they couldn't hear me whisper. Everyone has been telling me that Germans don't ...