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... 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 ...
... photos we started to play "I spy". It became quite hot so we had to start peeling layers off. The kind receptionist kept coming back and checking up on us to make sure we were ok. There was not a lot she could do but it was nice she kept checking up on us. The mechanic finally came and we burst out of the lift for fresh air. We were greeted by an older couple who live on the fourth floor who had been forced to use the stairs. They were not happy and pointed out the sign (which we ...
... warmest November anyone here has ever seen.
For dinner, we wandered the quiet streets and followed our age old advice of:
1 Don't eat on the touristy square if you don't have to
2 Don't eat at places that don't list their prices out front when everyone else does, and
3 Follow the Music!
We walked off of the old town square and heard some accordion music from a small place. We saw about 20 Chinese ...
... a bit different to Austria. Plus they pay a 8% Church Tax. (It costs you to believe)
Education is funded and most of their health costs are covered.
Many houses both in Austria and Germany have solar panels and there are even Solar Farms. Why NZ with its sunshine does not have them is strange.
Note to John Key and the Greens when is NZ going to have some!
Germany is closing all its nuclear plants after the accident in Japan and
... had a lot of different breaky items on their menu like a ham and cheese omelet in a wrap and toasties which were buns put together upside down with cheese or bacon inbetween.
Back on the road we watched the remainder of the movie then I grabbed my neck pillow for a snooze. My head kept slipping off the pillow and I woke up several times with my mouth wide open. Lucky it wasn't a full bus.
There were actually only 11 of us that got off at Cesky. We had a ...