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... our bikes.
As the afternoon began to approach we stopped for lunch in the church grounds of a small town which unfortunately I cannot remember the name of and we forgot to take a photo of it.
We had a little picnic of dolmades and pesto on bread cracker things with cheese. It wasn't too heavy (we learnt our lesson from yesterday) and sustained us for the rest of the day, with the help of a few chocolates.
It was quite warm today with no wind at ...
... have decided to try and write day by day of the cycling journey so that we can map it out on the blog and you can all see where we have roughly been.
So day two of our cycling journey to prague wasn't as productive as Paul and I had hoped for. We were both so tired and sore from the day before that we made it about 45 Kms before deciding to call it a day in a lovely pine forest just north of Luckau.
The day ...
... through these tiny tiny towns and around lakes and through massive pine forests. It was actually very beautiful andi am semi glad that we went that way.
Slowly the bike tracks became a little more rougher however, and before we knew it we were riding on dirt! It was ok, at this point, the dirt wasn't too rocky, but we were both a little apprehensive about where this dirt track was leading us.
Fortunately we came to the Heidiseen ...
... ticket and that took ages so we had to wait nearly an hour for the next train. Bummer. There are plenty of shops around the station so we got a coffee and I browsed the sales in the Yves Roche shop (French natural skin care and cosmetics).
As it happened the train was 15 minutes late - not so sure about the supposed punctuallity of German trains - I think its a myth as we have had quite a few late ones. Whilst we waiting more time we watched ...
A quote from a very provincial German man, directed towards Renate, who then translated to us as soon as we were out of earshot (although it's not like he would know what we were saying.)
In the morning we rented kayaks and rowed down a small river for about three hours, enjoying the peaceful nature around us. Afterwards, to soothe our muscles, we headed to the spa down the road, where we enjoyed salt pools & saunas.
The next morning, we went on a ...