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Woke up. Whats the time? Had my smart phone sync up or not during yesterday
summer/winter time switch? Checking whatsthetime.com, all seems ok, It's
really 4am :-). My bag is smaller than ever. 7kg. Was I so stupid in the
past or I forget to pack something ? Ahh slivovica is still in the fridge.
Going out, zero degress and snow on the cars. Nice start of the trip to the
... En la ciudad se pueden ver muchas iglesias, destacandose entre ellas la de Petrov siendo ésta un símbolo de la ciudad. El castillo también es otro edificio que se puede visitar y por acá me quedo porque no hay mucho más que esto y dar un paseo por la ciudad vieja. En el castillo hay una serie de 15 campanas que en cada hora tocan una melodía partícular. ...
For those of you who have never heard of Brno it's the second city of the Czech Republic, basically it's a much smaller but cheaper version of Prague.
Visiting a city usually means a something 1-4 days allocated to sightseeing, this isn't really needed here in Brno, half a day tops will cover it. However it doesn't help if you turn up on a Sunday night, Monday's in Brno are counted as anti-tourist day. Absolutely everything touristy is closed on a Monday, well ...
... 1072; вот новый город – интер 77;сующи& #1081; меня обычн 86; куда больш 77; – слишк 86;м выхол ...
... so we went back to the hotel for the car and drove to a couple more sights further afield and outside of the Old City. First there was The Jewish Cemetery of Brno - founded in 1852, a protected national monument and the largest Jewish cemetery in Moravia. Next was the Spilberk Castle - built in the 13th century it is situated atop a large hill that affords magnificent views of the city below.
By now it was nearing dinner ...