Sunday, September 24, 2006
A beer or two while waiting for the train.
On the day that Kevin and I decided to bypass a stretch of the Prague-Vienna Greenway and take the train, we were required to change at the tiny Moravian junction station at Okrisky.
That's the Country Bar to the right. Soon after these photos were snapped, the proprietor ran out to urge immediate consumption, as his wife/girlfriend was approaching, and he was preparing to hang a "gone to lunch" sign on the door.
The beers were from the Hostan brewery in Znojmo, which we'd soon be observing atop the town's hill.
The train from Okrisky to Znojmo included two seating cars and an engine, with the cars being drawn from older rolling stock, but as you can see, there was a pleasant area for storing the bicycles.
Stay tuned next week, as the series of beercycling trip remembrances will continue.