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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Day 4 - České Budêjovice to České Krumlov 33km We started the day with a technical issue, that Annie's bike seat brace (please note that as Annie tried to help with describing this equipment she used the term the bike's sphincter). Once Rob had sworn at it enough it was magically fixed. Fixing Annie took a few more cuddles! Today's journey seemed to be mainly about getting from České Budêjovice to ...
Day 4 - Pisek to České Budêjovice 58km Today we kicked off with some drizzle and headed through forest on more mountain bike tracks for about 5km. After that we got back onto the black top, through some beautiful Sherwood Forest scenes, but Rob's chain started coming off which was not good going up a hill and worse going down the hill. After the chain came off for the fourth time, we pulled over to see if we could ...
... Rosta started by showing us where the original non-pasturised, unfiltered beer is made, the way it was when the brewery started back in the 17th century on the same site. He told us that no computers are involved and a master brewer tastes it at every step to decide more hops, more mash etc. Then we went into the cellars where the beer is sitting in barrels. Rosta flicked the tap on and insisted on us tasting the beer straight from the ...
... Andrew and Geoff (beer in Belgium, Germany and CZ only served in 500ml glass) and 2 wines for Sue and I. Tonight we also had some Snapps at 50% alcohol. Two weeks into our trip now and thinking we will have to give up the grog for a while when we get back.
Krumlov is enclosed by a bend in the river and the old town is well preserved. Andrew and I visited the towns church this morning for mass, built in 1607, wonderful inside ...
... 1000 krI had no idea what I was spending. I had lunch at a lovely little pub on the river with Steve and Tony; Canadian science teacher. It was very interesting to say the least. I’d never had pork cordon bleu, it felt a bit weird eating pork and ham at the same time. Afterwards I found a lovely little choclatier and had a 3 tier (milk chocolate, white chocolate and caramel) chocolate. It was amazing. Back to the bus and another 1 ½ hour to ...