Penzion v Kapli
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... When they let us go, we saw a policeman kneeling on the bridge holding a machine gun intently watching the helicopter below. The police on the other side said it was routine drills. Hmmm ! Didn't look routine to us! There was a detour in one of the villages which totally turned Martin around so we had to back track & ask for directions. Then we got stuck waiting for a train to pass. Obviously we were late to lunch by about an hour, ...
... man had a grey terrier of a dog that barked to tell us when to get off.
On the far side, it was a short walk to a sculpture park and small castle like building. The museum was shut, but the park was full of interesting art. I liked the reclining flowerpot man.
There was a kindergarten of kids playing outside, each with their own plastic bucket to sit or stand on. When the heavens ...
... which puts on an impressive show every hour), the palace and many churches show off traditional architecture. The streets are filled with friendly people, eateries at super prices and plazas with some tram lines running past. A mix of modern and gothic, it reminded me a little bit of Melbourne. more beer and traditional fare then off to sleep for the trip to ...
... awesome. Chateau Lednice was insanely beautiful despite the freezing temperatures. This was one of the nicest buildings I have ever seen, and to think that I am only seeing it after it has been severely weathered is somewhat depressing and thought provoking at the same time. I only wish that I could have been around to see the place when it was in its prime. The lake behind the Chateau was fairly large in size and would definitely have been a nice view for ...
It took us five trains to get to Kundratice, I think we could possibly have reduced that to three with very careful planning, but swapping to progressively smaller trains each station after Brno was symbolically correct.
In the end there was a 1km walk througb fields and behind a dairy farm (cows kept inside!) to the 100 person village of Kundratice.