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... and Mary clearly displayed, we thought perhaps it was a Catholic church. Mark paid the 1.50E to take photos. Not as much English spoken here as in Berlin, but the people are very kind. We're getting really good with charades, however.
The town has a cute little yellow cable car, but we only saw it run up the street once. We continued walking through the town, just in awe of the architecture. Stepped in another church, The Church ...
... us into the town via Poland first - that was pretty cool approaching the bridge in Poland, then crossing the bridge bringing us into Germany on the other side!
We checked in to our attic room in the lovely old Meridean Hotel, unpacked and settled then headed out for some sightseeing. I'm so glad we came to this town; it's really nice and I agree with what I read on the internet somewhere, that it's a hidden gem! I also happened to read ...
... that because of rail maintenance this was the end of the line and everyone would continue on bus to Görlitz. If it hadn't been for another good travel Samaritan who was seated across from us, we would probably still be on the train. While she was gathering her bag she asked where we were headed and explained why we needed to transfer to the bus and offered ...
... at the petrol stations, but there was one on the outside wall of the Biedronka Market.
Now that I had Taxi fare, it was time to embark on my tour of Stalag Luft III where the famous Great Escape took place on the night of 24/25 March 1944. It will be necessary to visit the Museum today, as they're closed on Mondays. The hotel arranged a Taxi which followed a circuitous route, through various roundabouts with changes in direction several times and branching ...
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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 ...