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Neu Särichen

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  • Day5

    Pit stop at Herbert's home

    June 3, 2020 in Germany ⋅ ☀️ 18 °C

    The last section of our trip East mainly led us through an area of moors, swamps and lakes. We saw a lot of birds of all sizes and enjoyed the relatively easy ride on flat land. Even the Eastern headwinds were not as bad as the days before. We stopped at Lake Bärwald for a drink before riding the last 25km to get to Niesky where Herbert's parents live. We were happily welcomed with cake in the afternoon, a bbq dinner and some champaign.Read more

    Schönes Anwesen haben Deine Eltern :-) [Anonym]

    6/17/20Reply
     
  • Day1

    Getting the bikes ready

    June 4 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 22 °C

    Stage 0: We drove to Herbert's parents in Niesky where we want to start our bike trip through Poland. While I set up my mobile workplace in the garden, Herbert spent most of the day packing the bikes. We reduced our luggage significantly compared to the last trip, so we also had to adjust the packing and strap system.
    At lunch time, we cycled to the local test centre to get an antigene test which we need to cross the border to Poland.
    Later in the afternoon, more family arrived to celebrate Herbert's mum's birthday with lots of food. Good for us, so we could fill up on calories before the trip.
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  • Day23

    The End or Polish train adventures

    June 26 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 21 °C

    Today was the last day of our trip around Poland. We took the train back to near the German border which was a bit of an adventure. The first train started on time, but stopped after only 5 minutes moving. When we changed trains in Wroclaw, it was delayed by 90 minutes.
    Then we had to take a regional train to continue to Wegliniec, the border town. The train was alright this time, but the station was in construction and a horror for cyclist. Getting out of the train next to a construction fence was the easier part. But we also had to carry the bikes including the luggage up and down a bridge. Not bike or wheelchair friendly at all!
    However, we succeeded, got on the bikes and cycled back to Niesky where we started our tour 3 weeks ago. The last stretch was nice, some forest roads, some small roads through some remote villages, a border crossing via a pedestrian bridge.

    Total km cycled: 2402
    Total meters climbed: 11039
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    Elisa Köppl

    Asche auf unser Haupt. Jetzt erst im eigenen Urlaub haben wir es geschafft, eure letzten Tage nachträglich zu verfolgen. Es war uns wieder eine Freude, mitlesen zu können. Bzw. nachlesen zu können. 😃

    8/12/21Reply
     

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Neu Särichen, Neu Saerichen