Barcelo Brno Palace
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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 …
... issue and the Pynkva Cave was closed – not sure when it would be open but come back later.
So instead we visited another cave called the Catherine Cave about 500m from the ticket office. It was enormous inside, very interesting tour with an English speaking guide. The usual stalactites and stalagmites but in the main chamber they played music to show how good the acoustics are. It also has ...
... and tomorrow. I went to the supermarket to get Cream but as nothing is written in English I returned with Sour Cream and was immediately sent back to get Whipped Cream. I did manage to find it however – not a popular item for the locals.
We notice there are no cars in the centre of Brno, it is all trams and the few taxi's (for millionaires only) as the advertising tells us on the tourist ...
... town mascot)! We passed by another large square under construction called Zelny Trn and then did a round of the Sts Peter and Paul Cathedral that stands on the site of the old Brno Castle and (Austrian) prison.
The bells chime midday from this Cathedral at 11am every day because in 1645 during the 30 year war the General of the Swedish siege said that they would spare Brno if they not been taken it by 12 noon, so the Brno townspeople rang ...
More rain today, took the A roads to try and get some better riding. However the rain combined with the traffic made it a bit of a chore.....so spending all day struggling to find any enjoyment and all nights talking to myself makes for a very depressed ...
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