Start N1 48° 13.315 E1 016° 17.348
You start a a restaurant - the goddess of Dawn gave it her name.
Look for a sundial - At night the premises might be closed, but you could still see the sundial from the street
A= the number at the middle
B= the number left of the centre
Take the donkey-trail and count the steps as you go. Watch the house/garden numbers on the right. Count the steps until the number of the step is an odd multiple (greater 1) of the house-number on the right. Let C be this house-number
The cache - coordinates are N = N1 + 3*C +3*B
E = E1 - 6*C - A
There seem to be a few pet's tombs nearby
Aurora is the Roman personification of the dawn. Aurora is seen as a lovely woman who flies across the sky announcing the arrival of the sun. Aurora has two siblings: a brother, the sun, and a sister, the moon. She has had quite a number of husbands and sons. Four of her sons are the four winds (north, south, east, and west). According to one myth, her tears cause the dew as she flies across the sky weeping for one of her sons, who was killed.
Cache contains: Logbook and pencil, blue glass moon, mini notepad, Eeyore (soft animal), 3.5 inch disk