Barcelo Brno Palace
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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40 Kms.... AM - We had the morning to look around Mikulov, which was a quaint little village. Had a look at the village square then the castle on the hill (no princess's in there today Adele)! Took a guided tour of the castle with English language headphones, the whole complex was set on fire by the Germans as they left at the end of WW2 so the …
... It drizzled rain right through this 6km long gorge but the sky was clear when we exited the northern end! PM - Had lunch here in Skalni Mlyn, a scungy hot dog with mustard, not a good choice! A bit about these caves; the Punkva caves are an extension of the longest cave system in the Czech Republic whose corridors are over 30km long! You can also take a 1/2 kilometre long boat ride through one cave. ...
... meals. We finished up with a local red wine which was also 1st class, equal of a $30 red back home! This hotel is relatively new and quite flash, our bedroom is huge by normal standards. They all speak English, to some degree, but with a helluva accent which is hard to understand not like Hungary where there language makes understanding their English so much easier. But this is an adventure and one has to be prepared for all ...
... I came prepared with gloves, woollen jumpers and scarves. Seemed to keep humming "Small World" for no good reason that we could think of (?).
After exiting the cave we took the cable car to the top of the Abyss to the top viewing area, enjoyed lunch at the café, then walked down to a lower viewing area and finally back to the road train. After connecting with the train back to Brno we arrived home after ...
... an old Czech gentleman and however we speak different languages the inviting atmosphere and live music keeps us smiling. I start to laugh out of my novice skills at dancing the polka and the speed in which my Uncle Miloš is spinning me. The laughter might also have stemmed from the many Starobrnos (one of Brno's acclaimed beers) and local wine which is brewed from my family's friend, who ...