Ringhotel Zum Stein Worlitz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... howled as we made a dash on the bikes to the shop about 600m away. By the time we came out at 1:15pm the sky was again blue and the sun shining. This pattern repeated itself several times during the afternoon when we walked in to look at Torgau.
By the time we got to the Rathaus, about 45 mins walk, it was pouring with rain but 45mins later we visited the Hartenfels castle and had afternoon tea in the courtyard in ...
... The office did not open unitl 3pm so we made lunch and read in the nice cyclist area in front of their restaurant (this was a real, huge campsite with marked pitches, full facilities including sports areas, obviously popular with families in the summer,but relatively quiet at this time of year). After check in and whilst setting up the tent the sun came out again and the ...
... Unfortunately the buildings relating to Martin Luther are all being renovated for the 500 year anniversary in 2017 and were shrouded in tarpaulins and scaffolding. Oh well! We went onto the Lidl supermarket and picked up the ingredients for a nice fresh salad with smoked chicken legs for dinner. We then returned to enjoy the comforts of our room. It started raining at 8pm and was still going at midnight. We wonder what tomorrow will ...
... small camper's kitchen in the boathouse) and changed jackets before setting off for the Bauhaus. The first stop was to take pictures of the Master's Houses by Gropius, then to the Bauhaus, which had been restored after the WW2 bombing. The exhibitions were slightly disappointing considering the Bauhaus movement's impact on arts, crafts and architecture, mainly large displays dedicated to the work of Hannes Meyer and his cooperative philosophy of ...
... through the forest and we came to a very impressive gateway to a, now vanished palace at Friederikenberg. It was interesting that just as went through Steckby just after 10am near the end of our days ride, a group of four females were leaving their pension to start theirs. Suddenly the breeze stopped and the sun came out and we had a lovely ride down to the ferry for Aken.
Syd found our campsite and we waited in the sunshine ...