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... In any case if it gives them the idea to do the same thing, all the better! Ortlieb has bright days ahead of itself... After setting up my tent in Nowe Mesto, I went shopping and dining downtown, and of course English speakers are getting more scarce, but there's always a way to get oneself understand... Tomorrow the target is a campsite south of Zilina, the gateway to the Tatras. ...
... up some 5km south of Teplice in the village of Parsovice!?! This was the third navigational mistake today, probably adding another 15km to our ride! Corrected this mistake quickly and rode into our overnight stay at 4:30pm, some 8 hours after leaving Olomouc; this was supposed to be an easy 50km ride today but we ended with 65km on the clock! Collapsed in our room at Pension Diana for an hour then staggered down to the restaurant which lucky for us is in ...
... your furniture or for installation material like carpet adhesives. Be sure you've considered all of the relevant factors before you rush out and buy just any old carpet for the most important part of your home. Your carpet is meant to be not only decorative but durable to withstand your family walking on it each day. If you take the time to research before you buy you are more likely to find the carpet that's perfect for your home.
We're having a great time in Czech Republic!! We were celebrating "Christmas", made a trip to Brno to vila Tugendhat, went to Zlin to visit a concert of philharmonic orchestra playing Beatles and had a 90's dance party with our friends. We are already looking forward to come back in ...
... s house, an old post office, a pub, a church, barns and workshops. There are also stalls with crafts. We spent about 2 hours there and then continued to see a place called Pustevny and a statue to Radegast, the pagan god of Slavs in Eastern Moravia. On the way back to Liptal we drove through Slovakia for about 2 miles – we could add another country to our list but we did not really ...