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Es wärmster fein es hat mich sehr gefreut
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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.
... and off on the right road (too many instructions). It was going to be a long ride today, 77kms to Mikulov. Anyway, once out on the road on our bikes it was pleasant cycling through the lower Austrian region of farmland, slightly undulating hills but nothing too hard. Tomas suggested we have lunch in Ernstbrunn, I know why! PM - We had lunch there (courtesy Austria Hotel) then it happened! We went up, and up, a 12% gradient for about ...
... I've ever seen. I thought mountains in Canada were high but they are nothing even remotely similar to those in Bavaria, it's like a different world. About 30 km in I could feel something stinging at my thigh. As I looked down, to my surprise, there was a big hole in my bike shorts; the metal backpack holder that sat behind my bike had been cutting my leg the entire ride and I failed to feel it because my legs were cold and in constant motion. ...
... of food provided by Blanca and jugs of wine served by Marooshka who runs the cellar herself.
Fabulous night so much fun!!! In morning went for a walk with Jenny across the river Saw lovely gardens along rivers edge with small sheds or shacks. Apparently those Czechs who live in apartments often have a plot of land as their garden that they visit.
Left Pension Grant with hosts Derek and Blanca and traveled by bus to Brno (pronounced ...
Traveled by train from Prague to Mikolov which is in the region of Moravia Mikolov is a small but very interesting town with some lovely architecture and soft pastel coloured buildings. We visited the castle and walked through the town square. Lots of cute kids on school outing. Its very quiet here particularly compared to Prague which is teaming with tourists and tour groups.
We met Zoe our tour guide whilst in Moravia. She is English and ...