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Travelled by train from Prague to Mikolov which is in the region of Moravia Mikolov is a small but very interesting town with sone lovely architecture Soft pastel coloured buildings visited the castle and walked through the town square. Lots of cute kids on school outing. Very quiet here particularly compared to Prague which is teaming with …
Again and again, every week-end opportunity I use to get off Vienna and drive to CZ. So here I am!
Yesterday at night I arrived. Today I was shopping (of course) and will going for linner (neither lunch, nor dinner) with a friend of mine in Znojmo.
Around 6 p.m. I’ll be driving home to Vienna for a shooting and meeting my best friend.
... Venice witch, Stab stitch, Did you have a choice & Rail radish! Pretty good pronunciation, eh? The last 10km or so into Brno was all on cycle paths and alongside the local creek, the Svratka (Rats car) so this was easy going right into the centre of town. Then we saw the last 500 metres to our hotel, vertical, well almost! This is a huge hotel of a century or two in age, have to get a photo from the south ...
... of the town! Boy we were buggered by the time we got into the Galant Hotel at 6pm, 83 kilometres on a hot day, bit tough for the first day! But we don't leave here till 11am tomorrow morning so can have a look around, we get a car ride to nearby Drnholec to start tomorrow's ride. Had a beer at the hotel restaurant, that went down real fast, then had dinner there which was first class. I had roast duck and Lana had a soup, both were ...
... entrance and entered the 11,20 tour unfortunately in Czech only.
This cave was very beautiful and you climb up through the cave then descend down to the bottom of the Macocha Abyss. This is spectacular as you look up towards the top (where we later visited). The 2nd half of the tour takes you on a boat ride through the cave and there is not much head room. The temperature inside the caves id ...