Wyndham Garden Dresden
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... some steep sections - luckily we were going down - as well as wider tracks weaving through trees starting to display autumn colours. I could understand why this was a popular area for bushwalking, and the Germans visit here frequently. To finish off a fairly tiring day, we spent a few hours in the thermal spring pool, a great way to ease tired muscles. I slept like a log that night. Tomorrow we will be travelling to another riverside village called Boppard, on the ...
... door to have a look the rain we had been expecting arrived. Probably just a passing shower so we will head out soon for happy hour. Two more cycling days and I am becoming wistful already. These trips do seem go by awfully fast. On the positive side, Munich should be fun.
Day 22 Lansberg to Schongau
We saw the foothills of the Alps yesterday for the first time. We ...
... 40km. Tomorrow we follow the Tauber to Rothenburg where Werner was born. It is about 75 km over mostly flat terrain except for the last ten when we get more rolling hills.
Today was all about the sheims. Tauberbischofsheim (overnight stop), Igersheim, Markelsheim, Weikersheim et al. All beautiful little medieval villages we passed through on our way to Rothenburg, one of the oldest walled cities in Germany and birthplace of ...
... war, Mikey thought it would be a good idea to watch some documentaries on WWII which have been horrifying to say the least. Watching the scenes of Dresden burning to the ground after we were only there a week or so ago, was shocking. Hard to believe that this was only 70 years ago, and unbelievable to think how the city could have picked itself back up and rebuilt itself to what it is today.
They have rebuilt many of the buildings in the older style, and since ...
... by a man who calls himself "The Prince", makes his gluewhein with 70 percent dornfelder and 30 percent regent before heating it in a concentrated fluid with cinnamon, nelke, oranges and cloves--boiling it would burn away the alcohol. Warm red whine is more than welcome in temperatures below freezing but at some places it just tastes like microwaved red wine suffocated in sugar. During the day, in Neustadt, we watch graffiti artists decorate the walls around Katie's Garage ...