OREA Hotel Voronez I
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... It drizzled rain right through this 6km long gorge but the sky was clear when we exited the northern end! PM - Had lunch here in Skalni Mlyn, a scungy hot dog with mustard, not a good choice! A bit about these caves; the Punkva caves are an extension of the longest cave system in the Czech Republic whose corridors are over 30km long! You can also take a 1/2 kilometre long boat ride through one cave. ...
... Italian restaurant in the pouring rain, it threatened rain all day but luckily we got here before the sky's opened up. It's stopped raining now and I suspect will be fine tomorrow for our ride. Unfortunately the filthy habit of smoking is entrenched in the Czech Republic as well, every young person seems to be smoking away madly while drinking or eating or just talking! And they allow smoking in some restaurants and bars as ...
The Amber Trail - Apparently we are cycling along, or close to, a centuries old trade route from the Baltic States to Southern Europe. One of the main commodities carried along here was Amber from Lithuania, Latvia etc hence the name. 83 kms.... AM - After a great breakfast at the Austrian Hotel we were met by Tomas of Greenways Travel Club/Topbicycle from the Czech Republic. He proceeded to give us full instructions on riding a bike, ...
... of this, I had a scanned copy, completely filled in. To me the difference is so negligible. To have faked this would have faked so long that I could have earned enough money to buy the bloody ticket. In other wordsmith I wouldn't have cared, I however am not an old Czech man, who presumably hates his life, because he is old and still a train conductor. (Not sure if my sour feelings towards him are coming through?) ...
... Not quite sure what Lonely Planet found to do here; its nice but not particularly diverting.
The countryside is particularly pretty in the last bit although the hostel is shabby and not ideal. Its part of an old concert hall / bar set of buildings so the room sizes are large with an idiosyncratic layout. Some of the dorms lead off other dorms which makes its impossible to lock the door ...