Mercure Ostrava Center
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70kms.... AM - A sad day, we are leaving the Czech Republic! Tomas (Top Bicycle Tours) told us two white lies, he said CZ was flat and that CZ was about 25 years behind other European countries. Wrong and wrong again! This country is NOT flat and is NOT behind anywhere else, I have not seen a car older than 4-5 years and all the tractors, headers and most trucks are all quite new. He said that just to have some fun with us. At breakfast, Lana made lunch (getting very good at quickly ...
... Up a very steep hill (had three today) and Tomas lied to us, he told us the Czech Republic was flat! Stopped in the village of Stary Jicin Palacov to visit the local Pekarna Anezka bakery which is famous for their home made genuine Walachian "frgal" cakes. These are a flat, pizza size cake with many different toppings, we had a poppy seed & cottage cheese version, it was very good. Off again heading east after "talking" to Kate on Viber on a street whilst ...
... 51 km, easy peasy! All going well through little villages and farm land till about the 27 km mark when I made a 90' error and we ended up heading south! OK, recognised an error and retraced our ride back to last village, read instruction book with map, don't follow Bicycle Route 5 from here! Onto right road, heading east and all's well, well almost! The map is 1:50,000 scale and I reckon Tom was highlighting our route very late at night because suddenly ...
... and as a way to provide adequate living spaces including indoor plumbing (and sometimes balconies) for families. During the Soviet regime construction was simplified using premade sections transported to the site. We stopped for lunch in Stramberk, a charming mountain village with several restaurants and shops. Four of us lunched in a cafe, walked around town, and tried ...
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Hero's home (more like a cabin)..
Our heroes (Will and Janice Bart) do not live in a place what a real hero does live in! They normally live in. You might be thinking of a big nice castle with servants from all places! Well you're wrong. As I mentioned before, this cabin is alone in the woods, where rumours say that ghosts, goblins and demons ...