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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... didn't rise, then, just as bike dismantling was about done, pitter patter of rain started and a mad rush to get stuff packed in the boot. The nice dry awning is now wet again and we're hoping the rain stops overnight to dry it out. Another 30 mins or so and everything would have been packed away nice and dry. 8.30 pm and it's still raining steadily..... We have also had a power cut this evening and did consider cooking the dinner on Gill's red, hot swollen ...
... kilometres in a shady pine forest. This area is not really on the tourist route so there were no cafes to stop at so we bought an ice cream at Nevcehle village store and found a swing seat, in the shade for our ice cream break. The final stretch of the route took us along unshaded country roads, through villages, with smart and tatty houses, and zig zagging across unguarded railways before our final decent ...
... of the facilities which are spotless. The site is very peaceful and we can sit outside the van and look at the swans on the lake through the bull rushes as the sun sets. The birds are singing and the butterflies and dragonflies are darting around. There are a few annoying wasps and flies but we now have the, Tony constructed out of a bottle, fly catcher in place. The bike is being built ready for tomorrow's ride to ...
Normally we wouldn't be so excited to see rain while on holiday however, it brought the temperature down almost 20degrees. We hooked up with our tour guide, Marielore, who it turns out is a Countesses. Will have to get nosy for details tomorrow. . .
We went with her (on the Metro- very exotic for us Floridians -) to Schoenbrunn, the Hapsburg's main (though not only) summer palace. Very Versailles-ish but NO photos allowed inside so very few ...
... After the soup the entertainment began-four local musicians who played Czech folk songs, renaissance songs, Slovak tunes, American blues and folk songs. It was a great addition to a traditional Czech dinner of roast pork and rice. We were charged to guess the ages and occupations of the musicians-our table came the closest and we won the prizr of a CD. It was a joyful evening, and we all walked home with smiles on our faces.