It rained at night. Still in the morning. I’m in no hurry to get up, not even breakfast and packing. Luckily I rented a “hut” here, actually more of a boarded room with a tent roof made of truck tarpaulin and a mattress. But the “additional costs” of about € 1.60 were worth it: I . . .
Yesterday I drove into the Moravian Karst, today I drive through it. Directly behind Sloup are the first lime towers and the first grottos and caves. I drive to the Punkwa Valley, which is a dry valley here, because the water has found its way through the Swiss cheese of the underground. The path is . . .
Although Jan and Zdeněk have to leave the house at 7 in the morning (Jesús and I too, of course), they prepare a breakfast for everyone. Thank you very much, boys – that was hospitality at its best! I cycle from Olomouc, which lies behind me in the morning mist due to the early time. . . .
I am still amazed what the Na hřišti in Leština can do for so little money. Also the breakfast is more plentiful than yesterday in the much more expensive pension and in addition there is also an excellent coffee! In Litovel I do not follow the EuroVelo route, but the cycle path 51, which leads . . .
Breakfast is not as rich in the Czech Republic as in Poland. However, I have never experienced a richer breakfast anywhere else! There is no sausage and cheese, after all there are cucumbers and tomatoes, as well as grain rolls, which are quickly sold out. And the fact that you have to ask here for . . .