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... nor tail of our map! Our driver had no English so was no help, got it sorted and headed off to the village of Ivan were we had lunch. PM - From here on to Brno it was tiny village after village, headers going full bore in the wheat crops and tractors towing trailers full of wheat off to, who knows where! Village names were beyond normal comprehension; Vranovice, Zabcice, Zidlochovice, Rajhradice & etc. We made up ...
... with nobody else around, spooky! After that it was pretty well plain sailing past some beautiful vineyards and little houses, more farmland of wheat, barley, canola, potatoes, pumpkins and lucerne. No fences and no animals, I wonder where their cattle and sheep are? Some limestone hills and outcrops appearing and then, voila, there was Mikulov with its castle on the hill. What a great site, you should Google Mikulov to see 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 ...
... was open so we wandered around and decided to return later in the afternoon to collect some fruit for after dinner. The prices are quite inexpensive and the berry fruits look and smell great.
We walked down town to the station to check arrangements for our early journey tomorrow to the Karst and we stopped for an iced cappuccino – not heard of one? Neither had we but it was great, a ...
... us to the middle of nowhere Jihlavy station 35 mins from Telc but this time we were lucky enough to make the a 3 minute transfer to the next train. Regardless, all the mainline trains seem to run 5-10 minutes late, so we were in plenty of time to catch the Brno train.
Further down the tack, Czech Rail was experiencing some signal difficulties, so we were transferred on to local buses to bridge the problem. Warm day, no air-conditioning ...