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- Free parking
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... lo and behold, we were in the tiny village of Skalni Mlyn, full of hundreds of day trippers out to visit the nearby famous Punkva caves, and eat ice cream!! These caves are part of the Moravian Karst (limestone) system in the Central Czech Republic, a large heritage protected area. The limestone cliffs each side were massive, but we could only just see them as they are covered in what looks like temperate ...
... hotel where our tour guides were waiting for us, but I explained there was a noise from the bottom bracket of my bike & it didn't sound good. Anyway they replaced my bike and it was 11.30am by the time we left Mikulov, could have easily spent another night there. We were driven to a crossroads alongside an orange service station in the middle of nowhere, I had to ask at the roadhouse where we were, I couldn't ...
The Amber Trail - Apparently we are cycling along, or close to, a centuries old trade route from the Baltic States to Southern Europe. One of the main commodities carried along here was Amber from Lithuania, Latvia etc hence the name. 83 kms.... AM - After a great breakfast at the Austrian Hotel we were met by Tomas of Greenways Travel Club/Topbicycle from the Czech Republic. He proceeded to give us full instructions on riding a bike, ...
... Minnesota), and their boyfriends Tomas (both of them). I had the distinct honor of learning to waltz and polka from Jan (John) from Olomouc. Czechs learn to dance in school, and Jan happened to travel with a competitive Czech folk dancing troupe, so I was in good hands. I have promised to remember my moves at least until we meet in again in Olomouc later this week. One thing I now know: Czechs have got some skills on the dance floor! --Ann
The rolling hills of the Czech Repubic and no mishaps
Fact correction from last blog entry: It was Cassius, not Julius Caesar, who said "The fault ,dear Brutus, is not in our stars,…." My learned Australian editor, John Carrick, called that to my attention.
Three days in Prague (actually 1 ½ full ones) was not enough time, so maybe 3 full days (with no mishaps to slow you down) with 4 nights would do it.