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... main street for pedestrians called T.G. Masaryka and walked till its end where the Muzeum Jan Becher is located. Since our "Becherovka" is one of the most typical and popular drinks in the Czech Republic (of course, besides beer and slivovice :)) we had to make a tour. As we didnīt want to wait for the tour in English we took the German one and got the corresponding texts in our languages.
The guide talked about the history of Becherovka and its ...
... sic) out in the morning)
The place looks pretty so deserves some time. From here I will head further south into Slovenia and /or Croatia and promised myself to take it easy as today I have hammering it at a steady 130 km per hour most of the afternoon, as I needed to cover the 780 km distance before it was getting dark. Giving me an average of just over 100km per hour including three stops and some slow riding due to road ...
... and a tower at the lookout which gives a 360 degree view of the surrounding scenery. The tower was built in 1914, and has a lift for those lazy people who don't want to climb the 150 stairs to the top. So bike riding in the morning, mountain climbing this afternoon (hmm, probably hill climbing, but who will contradict me!), as well as climbing the stairs of the tower, and then walking down to the town again ...
... for a very cool and charming getaway.
Upon our arrival, we were pleasantly suprised with our accommodation (not super high-end but was still a bit of a splurge for our backpacker budget). The first three nights were thoroughly enjoyable until we wanted to extend our stay but had to switch rooms as ours apparently wasn't available any longer. Quite a change for two rooms that fall under the same ...
Instead of Sadov we have chosen a site within easy walking distance of Carlsbad. 'Site' perhaps creates an impression that we are in a grander place than the reality. True, there are toilets - in a shed but nevertheless clean and functional, and there is electricity but the only European socket available has been nabbed by one of the three Netherlands vans we have as neighbours. There is no view and wifi is 2€ on top of the ...
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