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... we settled into our riverside hotel. The next morning, we hired some bikes to cycle along the river. We went via a cute little town called Schmilka, and into Czech for coffee. All along the river were picturesque villages. We took the ferry for a short trip across river and rode back along the other bank. We then cycled in the opposite direction towards Pirna, then back. The weather, chilly at first, warmed up nicely. We passed by some very lovely little ...
... coffee, we were ready to attack the remaining hills with renewed vigour. By lunch time we had in fact conquered all the climbs and stopped for lunch at a bench overlooking the valley that would lead us into Fussen.
We had a herd of about a dozen horses munching contentedly on the lush grass to our left and on the slope to our right, a large herd of cows all with bells attached. The ...
... much of BC forests. Much of the last two days have been spent on gravel logging roads cutting through evergreen forest. When not in the forest we were riding across agriculture land. Right now is harvest time with massive tractors towing trailors full of turnips and corn. Often the paths have been muddied and rutted from all this traffic. Not nearly as many cyclists on this route. I suspect the hilly terrain and unpaved surfaces keep people away.
... good (for a change).
We walked further down into the Old Town to the Altmarkt (Old Market), which is now no longer used as a marketplace, but it is a large square, surrounded by cafes and an old church in one corner. We had burgers for lunch, then it was time for a return to collect our bags and head to the station, back to Prague on our 5pm train.
Dresden was a really good stay, and perfect for an overnight stay.
Martin & ...
... the major landmarks and historic buildings are reconstructed.
Entering the city the first stop was the Zwinger Palace, built in the 18th century in the time of Augustus the Strong. A key sight is probably the Crown Gate, decorated with statues representing the four seasons. Inside Zwinger there are several indoor museums. However our time was short here ...