|Type||Name||Description||Service Provider||Cost||Kms||To Date||Total||Notes||Actions|
|Sight See||Ratsapoteke||The Ratsapoteke building in Görlitz - my favorite!||$0.00|
|Sight See||Nikolai Tower||Very interesting- we visited it today. Every level has something different||$0.00|
|Couch Surf||Stay with Dietmar and Brigitte||$0.00|
Today, Dietmar and Brigitte took us on the train to Görlitz. It is a very interesting and beautiful city. Brent and I were particularly fond of the Ratsapoteke building (see below).
We took a bus tour of the city, but everything was only in German. Armed with printed info from Brigitte, and our brains, we managed to understand about 10% of the tour. For the rest we just made up our own stories.
After the tour, we walked over the bridge to Poland. It was our first time ever in Poland. Very cool.
After Poland, and before heading back to Spremberg, we visited/climbed Nikolai Tower, which was super interesting.
|We have been planning to get the €9 special transit pass for our travels to the end of the month. Today, we got them - Dietmar bought them for us. Contrary to how the info read on the web, we did not have to buy a complete three-month pass for €27 - we were able to just get the August passes and away we went.|
Ratsapoteke: my favorite building in Görlitz
From the book of ‘what Rhonda sees’: Check out the eye windows on the roof. You’re welcome
From the book of ‘what Brent sees’: Check out the amazing sundials. See the link above for more info
The bridge to Poland
Walking up to PetersKirche
Walking to Poland
PetersKirche from Poland
Ice Cream in Poland
Clock bits in Nikolai Tower
Last night at dinner we learned that, when the school year starts, each kid receives a cone full of candy. These are some cones. Now… where do I sign up to be a school kid in Germany?
Brent is headed to Görliwood
Ok maybe not yet, but it could happen! Getting back into acting is on his list…