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... became a bit confused in the forest so it was difficult to tell where the path was. However, 5km down the road the surface became smooth again and the rain eased up. We started heading through some lovely farmland scenery and dense undulating forest so a lovely ride. We had morning tea at a romantic bus stop and headed off again for the last few km to Pisek. Arriving in Pisek, basically a high school town, our room was ready early so we checked in. The hotel ...
Day 2 - Dobrìš - Zvìkovské Podhradi 55km One of the things we had realised is that bike helmets are not mandatory in Czech, so after a nice brekky at the hotel, we were at the local bike shop to buy 2 bike helmets before starting our days journey. After the first days hard ride we had accepted that this may just be a harder trip than what we realised but fortunately the day turned out to be a ripper. Dobrìš turned out to be the last major ...
We were impressed with Camp Matyas where we stayed near Prague and would recommend it to other travellers - close to the station, clean facilities, good restaurant with cheap, home cooked and good quality food and lots of little extra touches throughout including one free return train journey to Prague. Our short journey to Orlik was uneventful and the only thing of note was the road FROM ...
... any language as far as the kids were concerned. After going in the room where they boil the malt and practically melting we went down to the brewing room which was a freezing 2 degrees for a nice cold beer. Once the tour was over we proceeded back to the van for lunch prior to heading of to our next stopover ...
... Most of them look extremely cross, and with good reason. I wouldn't fancy living among the creatures I had killed, many of whom have a rather accusing look in their eyes.
As it turned out, Tour II took us around the State Rooms, which though a shade dark, came over as authentic and real, lacking any National Trust style titivation, and better for it. Kaiser Wilhelm II and Admiral Tirpitz visited in 1913: we see their bedrooms and another Wilhelm autograph. It is curious ...