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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... lo and behold, we were in the tiny village of Skalni Mlyn, full of hundreds of day trippers out to visit the nearby famous Punkva caves, and eat ice cream!! These caves are part of the Moravian Karst (limestone) system in the Central Czech Republic, a large heritage protected area. The limestone cliffs each side were massive, but we could only just see them as they are covered in what looks like temperate ...
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 interior has been redone but is not genuine. By then it was time to head back ...
... and off on the right road (too many instructions). It was going to be a long ride today, 77kms to Mikulov. Anyway, once out on the road on our bikes it was pleasant cycling through the lower Austrian region of farmland, slightly undulating hills but nothing too hard. Tomas suggested we have lunch in Ernstbrunn, I know why! PM - We had lunch there (courtesy Austria Hotel) then it happened! We went up, and up, a 12% gradient for about ...
... and 3 are in Milan. On the whole I'm a little surprised. Fortunately there is room for 2 little ones and we get to eat!! We order a bit of a selection as we trust the little master working away busily preparing food for all to see. we ordered Tokyo special maki and nigiri mix plus butter fish and avocado California rolls and a Wakame salad. Where to start..... Hottest and tastiest wasabi ever, even ...
... signs are all CZ. German is probably the best 2nd language to have in CZ.
One great thing we found in Vienna and Prague is that major sites included an audiophone with your entrance ticket, so you could go through palaces and such at your own pace. However, once we left Prague and went into the provinces, the castles and chateaux had only guided tours (always in Czech) and just gave you a cheat-sheet with minimal ...