"We have a long way to go. Nearly to Görlitz ."
Position of Gorlitz within Germany
Public DomainPosition of Görlitz in Germany

 Görlitz is the easternmost town in Germany, and was part of Silesia until 1945 when the town was divided after the national borders were re-drawn.  The town straddled the Lusatian Neisse river, and the right bank ended up in Poland while the rest belonged to German Saxony.  In 1952, when the East German states were dissolved, it became part of the Dresden Berzik region.