Pension Na Starem Brne
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- Free parking
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... lo and behold, we were in the tiny village of Skalni Mlyn, full of hundreds of day trippers out to visit the nearby famous Punkva caves, and eat ice cream!! These caves are part of the Moravian Karst (limestone) system in the Central Czech Republic, a large heritage protected area. The limestone cliffs each side were massive, but we could only just see them as they are covered in what looks like temperate ...
... the reception area is in the inner courtyard in the middle of the building but there is a domed glass roof over what would have been open to the elements! The lifts are on the outside of the building, they are all glass & steel, Lana was a bit queasy going up in it and looking out into nothing!! Went for a wander through the centre of Brno which is only a rats throw from our luxurious Barcelo Brno Palace ...
... 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 ...
... with the journey and fortunately, the roads were wide enough to let people by and also not too busy!
We made the decision not to ride into Brno and fortunately the campsite had given us good information - the lake which is served by the river adjacent the site is used to ferry passengers from the site (Start point) into Brno + a Tram Ride to the Centre - so we decided to go by boat, we had also read some reviews the ...
Then, we went to a beautiful Monastery nestled in the breathtaking Moravian hillside. The structure was mostly simple, but with an intricate stone entryway and many storytelling carvings throughout. Lucky for us, we had Martina (Czech) and Natasha (Slovak) who speak impeccable English to let us in on the stories—thank you!
After we finished our tour, our bus was bound for lunch at a village café. Here we ...