- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Banquet room
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Today. Mhm where to start??
1. Breakfast.. Tick.
2. 25min walk to the middle of nowhere.. Tick.
3. The worst bus instructions ever given.. Tick.
4. 1hr bus back to Prague.. Oops.
5. Bus dropoff in the middle of nowhere.. Tick.
... staying in a room on the top floor for one night. To get to the room we had to climb three flights of stairs. It didn't take us long to decide we would leave our bags in the car and only bring up a few items for the evening. The room is is surprisingly well appointed and large with an ensuite. The bed is firm as has been the case in a lot of the places we have stayed to date.
After a short meet and greet, we headed down to the village about a ten minute walk away. ...
an 8:30an start today to travel our 278km to Cesky Krumlov. The weather was clear so the wet weather riding gear was packed in the topbox and we set off through peak hour Prague traffic. We were becoming very practiced at holding a tight formation in traffic.
We rode towards Slapy then on to Obory before stopping for morning coffee at Milini. The waitress seemed particularly grumpy and so un like ...
... money with us. After a couple of hours of paddling we finally, finally arrived at the next town, and just as we arrived the rafting company's van arrived with a trailer, so fortunately we didn't have to have another phone call trying to explain where to pick us up from. Our arms were about to drop off and we felt like if we paddled much longer we'd arrive in Prague. We got dropped off back at the hostel, I took some paracetamol and had another short lie down before we left for ...
... opera - we are really becoming kultured.Strauss Blue Danube was played as we came to Linz in the bus.
Tuesday 10th September
we arrived at Melk early morning.
coaches up to Melk Abbey which was incredible. It was a Benadictine monastery from 1089 - and is still run by the Benadictine monks. It is set out as a museum - but is also a functioning school with 1000 pupils. The school has a very high standard and only accepts ...