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Germany to Estonia 10th to 17th April 2011

Between 10th and 17th April I’m riding my old Honda Transalp from near Duesseldorf in Germany to Tallinn in Estonia in preparation for my summer trans-Russia trip. My approximate itinerary is Berlin, northern Poland/Masuria, Lithuania, (missing out Kaliningrad), Latvia to Estonia. Anyone around and about that part of the world during this time? Fancy drinking a or 2?
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If you are planning to pass Vilnius you can use our couch for a night if you like..
There is a secured parking next to our house. And offcourse I'm in for a drink!
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If you are planning to pass Vilnius you can use our couch for a night if you like..
There is a secured parking next to our house. And offcourse I'm in for a drink!
Johan
Hi Johan
Just sent you a PM, but not sure if you can reply because you need a minimum amount of posts (8 I think) to use this feature. Maybe send me an email (via my website, see below in signature) if you get the PM or not.

Look forward to drinking a in Vilnius.
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Hi....I'm intending to leave the UK within 10 days...attempting Istanbul via Southern/Eastern Europe...would be great to hear from anyone who may be on route!
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Hi,
If you want, you can have a stop by us close to Poznan for a night or more. We are 50 km west of Poznan. Nice "small roads"from the german border to us.
Can be (thrue others):
Polish border in Kostrzyn (Kustrin?) than the road 22 / 24 to Skwierzyna.
Left for 2 km in 159 and right on the road 199 to Miedzychod. Left on 160 for 3 km.
Right on the 198 to Sierakow. Than the 133 and you are less than 10 km from home.
So it's not motorway...See on Google Earth.
This is one of my likely road when I'm going back to France by motorbike.
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Hi,
If you want, you can have a stop by us close to Poznan for a night or more. We are 50 km west of Poznan. Nice "small roads"from the german border to us.
Can be (thrue others):
Polish border in Kostrzyn (Kustrin?) than the road 22 / 24 to Skwierzyna.
Left for 2 km in 159 and right on the road 199 to Miedzychod. Left on 160 for 3 km.
Right on the 198 to Sierakow. Than the 133 and you are less than 10 km from home.
So it's not motorway...See on Google Earth.
This is one of my likely road when I'm going back to France by motorbike.
Hi Jean
Just sent you an email.
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