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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
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Once again it was time to hit the road for some more European road trip adventures. This time I would be exploring on my own, a daunting but exciting thought. I collected my (petrol) VW Golf from the train station and plugged in the little town of Turnov in the north of Czech Republic as my first destination. I wound my way up through the Czech country side, stopping in Turnov for some lunch ...
... had published a walking tour of the city that we decided to try, starting at the Marienplatz. Our first stop was the old Hertie department store. We couldn't go in as it's being restored, but the lobby was used as the lobby for the movie, "The Grand Hotel Budapest." We gave it a peak through the windows and confirmed it was the same one.
We continued walking, visiting the simple Evangelical Church of our Lady, although with ...
... what kind of tree we had been parked under but the car was covered in an incredibly sticky sap. No doubt made worse from the storm.
We arrived around 12, once again noticing so many turbine windmills along the way. There have been some parts of Europe where we've been amazed at how many there are in a concentrated area.
We missed the turn off into the town as it was closed, and didn't realise we should have taken the one before. So the ...
... 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 ...
... different streets. The trip took about 10 minutes and I recognized the museum right away, as it had a replica of Hut 104 behind it.
The Museum is located at the site of the former Stalag VIIIC, which was operated by the Heer or Army branch of the Wehrmacht (German armed forces), and this housed mostly French prisoners. In contrast, Stalag Luft III , which was first opened in 1942, was operated by the Luftwaffe (Air Force). The name is an abbreviation ...