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OAT prides themselves on learning and discovery ,experiences and today did not disappoint. Our first stop was a medieval monastery near the town. The Gothic buildings were massive, dating back to the 14th century. While the monks took vows of labor and poverty, their was nothing shabby about their home. Today we got to go into the buildings. Most notable were the library, ...
By the time we were ready to start our adventures the morning haze lifted and the sun and bright blue sky greeted us. We walked up the hill to the Castle, a huge complex that dominates the town. The complex was built in stages from the 14th century to the 18th, an we started our tour at the newest section, exploring the castle gardens. the Communists had built a revolving theater on the ...
Paddle day on Vltava River
While investing travel options in the morning there was knock on the door and the hire people had come to collect the bikes. Turns out we should've handed in day before, but I didn’t read the document! Oops!
Booked bus tickets to Prague at info centre and was holed up by old engineer guy who also smelt old. Speaks 4 languages, wants to be a tour guide if not already and of ...
... used to have all the Money. (Details provided by Elfi who was sitting next to me until now!)
We had a lovely lunch in a Restaurant near the river, a HUGE plate called a Vegetarian Feast.
No Need to describe the biological effects of all that roughage on the 'Evans constitution! The air Pollution above Austria has multiplied overnight!
A Long hot day but very interesting
PS Sorry about the ...
... Little gingerbread stars and other interesting treats. There were cuckoo clocks, Austrian hats, nutcrackers and to Milly's delight a swarovski shop all in this tiny town. There was a backeri open so Ro and i got a coffee and we bought some baguettes for lunch. The kids had a ride on a very small carousel outside which was called, " the little ride for big pleasure".
We drove to the toboggan run only to find it really was closed,so to try and ease ...