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... a road, traffic rules, wearing the right clothes!! We said we had cycled a lot before so OK, he then gave us a trillion maps and instructions kilometre by kilometre to reach each town and hotel!! Oh by the way, everything was in duplicate so Lana got a copy of everything, a trillion maps, instructions etc. Then the coup de grace, he brought out 2 slightly old GPS units that I used at work 10 years ago & showed us how to use them in ...
... I still can't believe I am here. Once we stopped at our destination Michael and I got ready to start our bike ride. I was worried a little bit about the elevation difference as in North Bay the highest point is about 200 m, while in Bavaria the altitude reaches sometimes 1,500 - 2,00 meters. Nonetheless I was excited to be on my bike even if it was for a short amount of time. Today it was about a 45 km ride. It was beautiful the ...
... cellar table of food provided by Blanca and jugs of wine served by Marooshka 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 on 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 an travelled by bus to Brno (pronounced ...
... the history of The area. Had our favourite cafe macchiato in the town square and then later in the day went to the museum of pre-historic man which was really interesting in the town of Pavlov. There are relics of Stone Age mn dating back to 29000 BC The whole area is rich with ancient fossils. This is where they dug ip the first ceramic depiction of woman aged between 26 and 29000years old. Not flatering by today's view of the female ...
... Holocaust and veterans of the two world wars. That night Michael took the men to a beer fest in town. We hopped the local bus and were there in 10 minutes. The venue was an old 5 story warehouse with very large rooms on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors. Each floor had bands playing and about 10 "beer tents". There were only a few hundred people when we got there at 5 pm but when we left at 9 pm there were thousands. Every beer earned you a stamp and when you got ...