Hotel Reichenbacher Hof
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It took about 20 minutes to get our car, a small Nissan SUV. We had asked if this car had a big boot (trunk), and the Avis rep said it did, but it's not that much larger than the trunk in our little Volvo, but big enough.
Back to the hotel, and had to negotiate to get a spot in the front, but did it. Grabbed our bags, loaded the car and checked out. Mark drove out of Berlin, with the help of the GPS. The GPS on this car is ...
... of a bacon n egg McMuffin and a couple of leisurely coffees using our trusty little kettle. At least the water from the tap was icy cold, so we had been able to keep our milk relatively cool in the bathroom sink yesterday and overnight.
We picked up a few supplies in the nearby shops and then we were off again towards Gorlitz, another town recommended by Tomas, as we make our way towards Krakow. Not before we stopped for fuel and a car ...
Fri Jun 19
-was a bit tricky to find the rental car place but got there eventually. Got our cute little Fiat n we were off. Grabbed our luggage n plotted our course to Bad Schandau n we were off
-was a bit of a windy road n took longer than I expected but pretty painless overall. We were in Bad S by mid afternoon n got checked in then went out to explore the town n get tummy ...
Wed Jun 17
-Laura's tummy wasn't feeling good last night n she had a tough night
-we started the morning slowly to catch up on energy n sleep. Happily this is the nicest hotel we have stayed in n today's ride is a short 12 miles. So this is a good place to have a breakdown of we r gonna have one
-I utilized the Gucci facilities n went for a swim ...
... 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 ...