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The prologue stage took us from Potsdam to Storkow.
The Spree was not yet visible, but the Dahme was a worthy replacement.
Today we met the Spree for the first time shortly after Beeskow. She will accompany us on the next stages as far as Upper Lusatia.
⚠️ Insider tip: Germany's best vanilla ice cream is said to be in Beeskow.
The shop is called Iceguerilla and is located in a small side street directly on the market. The…
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After long journeys through fragrant pine forests, we came to Lübben in the typical Spreewald with its tourist attractions.
We also enjoyed the first pickles here.
Many roads lead to Cottbus and do not always make orientation easy.
In the Spremberger See we took an extensive bathing break and then strengthened ourselves with a red shower.
- a real Brandenburg holiday idyll.
We set up our tents in the Kochsatreff. (1nitetent.com)
From Spremberg today we went in the direction of the Schwarze Pump and the Boxberg coal-fired power station. After that, the landscape is characterized by many ponds and lakes. The Upper Lusatian mountains greet you from afar.
The tour to the source of the Spree near Kottmar is part of the most scenic part of the Spree Cycle Path. Already on our hike on the Oberlausitzer Bergweg we were enthusiastic about the rolling hills, the colorful, lush mountain meadows and the beautiful little towns with their half-timbered houses.
Today's tour to Görlitz via Zittau was characterized by rain and rain. At the border triangle, we first had to weather to avoid getting wet down to the slippery legs. The mood remained good throughout and we are looking forward to the day of rest in Görlitz.
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After a bike rest day in Görlitz with a stroll through town and Co., today we went through the Neißeauen to Skerbersdorf. We actually wanted to get to Bad Muskau, but the small, snuggly outdoor pool in Skerbersdorf was too inviting to linger and swim.
Another tip is the cyclists' church in Zodel. Mr…
Our bike tour went through gentle meadows today. Past Bad Muskau, with its famous park, the rose town of Forst and the very impressive Jänschwalde open-cast mine with the smoking chimneys of the power plant.
The destination today was the campsite on Lake Deulowitz - also known as the Guben bathtub.
A real highlight of today's tour was the planned socialist town of Eisenhüttenstadt. The exhibition “Utopia and Everyday Life” on the development and future of this special city is highly recommended.
Very nice stage through the vastness of the Oderbruch.
Today we left our main route and turned towards Uckermark. Despite the rain, we were able to enjoy the great water of the Parsteiner See.
Our final stage passed the imposing Chorin monastery and ended punctually at 13:53 at the train station in Eberswalde.
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