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... one hour late anyways, and checked the restaurants around. Sure thing two thirds of them were pizzerias, and absolutely zero Slovak food place. What a shame. The few traditional Slovak things I sampled at the Flagship restaurant in Bratislava were amazing. In Trencin I settled for a "normal" place and had mahi mahi fish. For dessert I found a berry kiosk in town and bought a big box. Then I had to choose a way to go. The "safe" ...
... non-existent anywhere else) and lo & behold, not only an English menu but Iced Coffee! Ordered two and a cheesecake (needed the sugar hit) as well, that tasted really good! The temperature here today was 32C and humidity around 80%, felt like we were back in Hawaii! Found our way around the corner to our Hotel Cieszynski, a small 3*** hotel. But, no luggage had arrived although our room was booked, oh hell! However a quick phone call to Tomas (with his very old phone) and he ...
... in shopping in the supermarket in the photos. Headed into Novy Jicin-Louca through the old town gate, impressive, so was the beautiful town square lined with Renaissance and Baroque houses. Ate our (breakfast) lunch here, it was getting quite hot again. We could see harvesters out in the fields reaping canola and wheat. Then another killer hill as we entered Stramberk with the castle sitting way, way up on the hill in the middle of the town. Then a long down ...
... chicken rolls, I followed this with a dessert of Apple strudel and Lana had a (?) something! Early to bed tonight then a very detailed inspection of all maps and instructions tomorrow morning to avoid a repeat of today's ride! And we are thinking of the families of those people who died on Malaysian Airlines flight MH 17. A Footnote from the castle website: Helfštýn Castle is a protected cultural monument administered by the Comenius Museum in ...
... and as a way to provide adequate living spaces including indoor plumbing (and sometimes balconies) for families. During the Soviet regime construction was simplified using premade sections transported to the site. We stopped for lunch in Stramberk, a charming mountain village with several restaurants and shops. Four of us lunched in a cafe, walked around town, and tried ...