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... to a large piece of plexiglass covering an opening. You have to push up on the plexiglass and crawl onto the roof (the surface is a form of tar) and the walls are about waist high. The sensation was similar to being at the top of Chichtenizta. But the view was terrific. Jack stopped for lunch and Deb continued on to St. Wenceslas Cathedral with its three tall Gothic spires, the third one being 320ft high-the tallest in Moravia. It was originally a Romanesque Basilica, ...
... is very pretty but have worn myself out by going round Prague yesterday. We went round a cathedral, saw the university that Gregor Mendel went to and had a cider (or beer or wine) in a pub. Still, feel bad for not squeezing the most out of my trip.
Finally finished showering/cleaning my clothes ready for tomorrow...Going to be an emotional wreck :( Mixed feelings - part of me ...
... one night here and Olomauc really is a gem. This morning we walked to St Wenceslas Cathedral, Our Lady of the Snows church- stencilled columns & Rococco decorations.There seemed to be a farmers market but was a rally of cars from the 1920s with the owners dressed the part with a band singing jazz numbers. Huge fun!! We are currently on the train to Budapest so more later. ...
We had originally planned to take a wine-tasting tour in Moravia, but we're terrible at planning, so we didn't. We decided to take the train to Olomouc instead. Of course, we were out late the night before, so getting to the train station on time was a bit of a struggle, but we made it to a train.
The two of us are notorious for having travel issues (Paris, Budapest). And this ...
... at least once in their life, experienced a few unexpected surprises including the beginnings of a national uprising, eaten some of the best food we've ever tasted, spent time with our families on several different continents, travelled by train, boat, bus, plane, motorbike, on foot and now on a bicycle. Above all else we loved meeting all the people of the world. We have discovered that we're all ...