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Today is walking day, so we plan a route with a little help from my 'Triposo' App. This is free and the best App I have found for Worldwide Travel. It even works well offline. Our first planned stop is at the 'Jan Becher Museum' who invented the national alcoholic sprit called ...
... has been unkind. Poverty along with buildings in a state of disrepair is clearly visible. But that is not the case travelling through the neat rolling countryside of West Bohemia, additionally unlike Bulgaria; litter is not strewn along the roadside. There is a lot of farmland and everywhere lush and green. Some of the scenery reminds me of North West Maryland.
We get to the bus stop, jump in a taxi and ...
For the first time we really do feel we are in a foreign land. English other than that being spoken by us Is yet to be heard. This is a popular resort town for Germans and Russians. The preferred second language appears to be German yet they are coping with us and us with them. Yesterday after writing the blog Emma and I descended to the old town as we did so we passed gracious hotels, apartment blocks and restaurants. Yellow in varying shades appears the popular choice of ...
... for Euro. Stonewalling, stonewalling, stonewalling. Neira had actually explained a similar experience she had had when in Budapest on this trip. She had said it is extremely difficult for Eastern Europeans to acknowledge or accept responsibility for a mistake they have made. On that occasion the hotel had not provided a bed for the driver so after a long day's drive, parking then 3 kms away, walking back he was told that he would be sleeping at another hotel. Bag in hand ...
... on the timer, run to my spot, and get a perfect photo. We laughed that although all you can see is our backs, we were smiling for the camera anyway.
Our hike continued past Mexiko or Kanady (one of the other smaller canyons) and eventually made it to Velka Amerika. Big America is also known as the Czech Grand Canyon. The views were breath taking. There is a pool of water at the bottom that was as blue as the ocean and was so clear that you could see how ...