The Blue Beetroot Hotel
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... the GPS for my final destination for the day - Jelenia Gora, Poland. I arrived early than expected and had enjoyed driving through the autumn forests so much I took a further afternoon drive on a loop through the countryside to take in the natural beauty of the area. I settled in for a quiet night in my little caravan (and even smaller bed!) after a relaxing, enjoyable day of driving and ...
... a pristine white and light green building next to the church. Checked in and up to our room we went for another nice surprise: a lovely, modern room with lots of space to spread out. We have a corner room, with beautiful windows on two sides, looking out onto the Obermarkt and surrounding buildings. Just gorgeous! Mark did well, again.
After dropping off our bags, exploring the room and refreshing, we headed back down to the town. ...
... I bet there were mixed feelings from the locals.
A bit of shopping after that in a department store we'd also seen in Prague that we liked. David bought some new black shorts and a T.shirt to satisfy his T.shirt fetish and I found some funky tartan underwear to wear to the Edinburgh Military Tattoo! Don't need it, but was cute and I may as well stick with the theme....not that I plan on letting any of the locals see it haha.
... that was used in the Oscar winning movie The Grand Budapest Hotel, which was formerly a department store in the day and is now being renovated like so many other old buildings in this city. Spectacular!
Even though we struck out on genealogy we discovered a most beautiful intact medieval town, undamaged by the war.
A town to be remember and returned to. ...
Only update were I'm now.
Cut my day a bit short yesterday, because of bad weather. Stopped just short of Goerliz.
120 km, through wet and slippery bikeways, crossing the "Saxon Schweiz", very challenging!
It is 6am now, will have breakfast, the weather looks good, will leave towards Wroclaw Poland, was formerly under German rule called "Breslau ...