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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... you can get there that way. It involves a couple of transfers. The shuttle service was completely booked on our return date, so we decided to take the train. It would have been just fine, if we hadn't gotten confused by Cesky Budjedovice having two stations. We needed to change trains at the main station, and not knowing what that station looked like, or what the Czech word for "South" was, or that there could even be two stations called "Cesky Budjedovice", we got off at ...
... photos we started to play "I spy". It became quite hot so we had to start peeling layers off. The kind receptionist kept coming back and checking up on us to make sure we were ok. There was not a lot she could do but it was nice she kept checking up on us. The mechanic finally came and we burst out of the lift for fresh air. We were greeted by an older couple who live on the fourth floor who had been forced to use the stairs. They were not happy and pointed out the sign (which we ...
... locals peering at them from the sides). The artist, who painted the whole thing in just 6 months, included himself seated with a coffee at a small table. The whole thing was done with a cheerful, sly good humor. It was every bit as delightful as I remember from 15 years ago. After the tour, Mandy and I climbed 168 winding steps up to the top of the tower for a spectacular view of the hills around, the tile-roofed town, the ...
... sooo lame in comparison.
We stopped at another bar / camping ground along the way. They have bbqs as well as the bar and their speciality is bbq camembert on the bbq (wrapped in foil) a few herbs and it was deluxe (one to try when i get home).
Had an absolute blast that day.
Vienna is next on the agenda then to Budapest (looking forward to Budapest).
... with bike mark everywhere in the republic, they're for the national network of bike paths (cyklotrasy), which, if not on bike-only trails, go thru scenic countryside only on traffic-free minor roads, combining almost every part of country.
This excellent system makes Czech republic a cyclist's paradice and make cycling the most popular outdoor activty among the Czechs.
Sequence of open field and tiny villages continued till a hamlet called ...