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... did see the backroads of the Czeck Republic. Once we arrived safely, we got to touring and did a castle tour........meh..........but the views were great. We then walked around this old old town and had a great and inexpensive dinner at a local place. The town is actually very charming but is also very popular with Japanese tourists. It must be so packed in the high ...
... courtyard we climbed the Castle tower and experienced a grand view over the Castle and Old a Town. We then spent the rest of the day pottering about the cobbled streets until well after 5:00 pm before commencing the 2 hour drive to Prague. Our AirB&B accommodation in Prague is in the pedestrian zone of the main Square. There were thousands of pedestrians walking towards the car as we negotiated the narrow street to our ...
... we went into an interesting art museum fitted into the rooms and passages under the castle. I love the way these old towns retrofit historic architecture to give it new purpose. Next, time to visit the castle museum and go up in the tower. Wrong, closed for the holidays. Lunch at another recommended restaurant. The restaurants and shops were really benefiting by all the museums and other attractions being closed. Then off to the Egon Schiele Museum which the website ...
... a rapid, which was fun and easy as it’s a spill way. The Canoe is a bit hard to keep straight as no rudder so we snaked along for most of the way.
Lady allowed us three hours to get down, even though we told her we were fast! Didn’t believe us. We ended up doing the 15km in less than 2 hours. The river gradually goes down with no sharp drops, just fast running water over rocks. Great high valley scenery ...
... abruptly awoke from their long car-ride induced naps and after voicing a mild concern about my "Need for Speed" driving techniques, they shockingly expressed their collective urge to pee. As is usually the case in the States, the first pit-stop establishment that we came across was identifiable by the familiar and oddly comforting golden arches of McDonald's. Craving a little taste of Americana, we took advantage of the stop to not only relieve ourselves but also to snack on some ...