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Day 4 - Pisek to České Budêjovice 58km Today we kicked off with some drizzle and headed through forest on more mountain bike tracks for about 5km. After that we got back onto the black top, through some beautiful Sherwood Forest scenes, but Rob's chain started coming off which was not good going up a hill and worse going down the hill. After the chain came off for the fourth time, we pulled over to see if we could ...
Wounded soldiers today so the planned ride to Trebic has been axed and we have decided to have a restful day, do a few jobs and start preparing for the Danube cruise. Today the temperature has dropped to a chilly 18 degrees. Gill is rather grumpy as her neck is stiff, swollen and itches! At lunchtime there was an announcement on the village speakers (which we couldn't understand) and the fighter planes is back! The early rain turned into sunny spells, but ...
... about 35p). We climbed the 152 steps to go to the top of the tower in the Chapel of St George and were rewarded with an excellent vista of the town and surrounding countryside. We made a small purchase in the wooded toy shop as the 2 elderly ladies were so pleasant and worked so hard showing me how all the toys worked. There are some beautiful wooden toys and puppets made here at reasonable prices but ...
... we eventually found a picture we could point too. Still the result of the shop was we got Tesco Club Card points! We only had 20 km to the site but Doris was up to her old tricks again and tried to take us down a dirt road to the site, then down a no through road with a gate at the end - perhaps she needs retiring off!!!! No thanks to Doris, we arrived at the site which is on Lake Vidlak. The Dutch owner gave us ...
... and did but if we had to choose it would be the colour, activity and friendliness of the Town Square. Everything was there and apart from a band playing doof, doof music on Day 1, the sounds were wonderful too. A band playing dixie, another playing local folk music and a variety of musicians showing the wares, including one 80+ bloke playing the violin. Haunting! And to top it all we found a great little street-side restaurant serving the most delicious ...