After the breakfast at the a little weird guest house (and the tiniest room I stayed in), I started into a beautiful morning: it was already warm and all the tourists were still asleep or at least not on the road ;-).
At first, I cycled along the Blies, a little stream, to Zweibruecken where I got seriously lost….probably because there was a market (I think it was a fish market) on the marketplace which probably hid some signs….after cycling around for about half an hour or so, I found the cycling path along the stream again BUT now it was covered by gravel and crowded by people and just not as nice as before.
Today I already left the Saar again and cycled East towards the Pfaelzer Wald (= forest). I also cycled the shortest stint of my tour (about 32 km) – and I found a new app (more precisely, Dieter did), Naviki, which seems to work better than the one I used before. Let’s see 🙂
The weather was predicted to be sunny and warm, so I started early, around 8:30 AM.
First, I cycled down all the way to the Mosel again and after just a few meters, I was already in France. There was no sign for the border but the “Moselradweg” sign was suddenly in French: “Chemin de la Mosel” 🙂
And just a few meters further, my journey of climbing began. Luckily, I didn’t know what was expecting me, otherwise I would probably have worried too much 😉