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... Cathedral. Last night we took a night train to Prague (9hrs) then a bus to Cesky Krumlov. We were somewhat nervous riding the bus, as it was very old, the tires were bald, & the driver looked like John Belushi from the movie "Animal House". But we made it here & are looking forward to seeing the town, which looks like a fairy tale village.
Jim & Marilyn
... Sadly no shows now that summer is over but I would have liked to see it in action.
After the tour finished I walked the gardens some more beforeI grabbing a late lunch on the banks of the river and listening to the group of young Australian tourists at the table behind me. It’s kind of funny listening to people talk about where they’ve been, or are going…brag about it in some cases. It’s been a regular theme on this trip. Sometimes ...
Engelhartszell to Aschach (Austria) 42 Km (plus detour 47 km) We began the cycle in Engelhartszell a lovely little town situated beside the Danube. We biked up to see the the Abbey Engelhartszell - the only Trappist monastery in Austria, before heading over in the morning mist for the days biking. We quickly had to cross in a wee ferry and HAD to adhere to tradition and have a snapps to warm us up...at 8.30 a.m. Bit of a tradition so we are told. Once across ...
... a while I found the difference quite startling. We rode through forest on a one lane, two way road for quite a while, and soon arrived at Cesky Krumlov. I knew that Canoeing was popular, we even hope to do some tomorrow, but we didn't expect to see so many canoeists that there is actually no part of the river in which you can look and not see a canoe. Once we had checked into the hostel, I filled the bike with petrol and we explored a little. Since we'd just crossed a ...
... in our group did a tasting (two pints!) and were a little done in before lunch. After lunch most of our group did a rafting trip, but we decided to walk around town and do some shopping. Later we met up with Claire, Tamara, and Varsha for a feast at a local restaurant. Yesterday when we arrived in town we did and hour bike ride through the forest and back into town. Erick had a pretty epic tumble into the bushes, but he was just fine except for a few scrapes. Brian was in ...