It's a rainy day going to Třeboň.
Traffic circle fish sculpture. The town has been known for fish farming for over 400 years.
It was a day of eating fish - the rain continued so we hung around the lodging and planned for the next day's touring. The room had the one thing that easily puts it in the top 1/3 of choices, a place to make fire.
It's the next day, a bit of rain continues, but the tour must go on.
Moving on down the road, we pass through and out the town wall gate.
This town knows how to take care of its visitors.
Here's a well traveled survivor, a late '80s Chevy Van.
Back to the trusty Hyundai, onto the next town.
WWII bunkers, built by the Czechs to defend against Germans coming up from Austria - the defensive line was never used however.
A convenient place on the way back to parking to grab a bite, and try out the local beer.
Tim is smiling wide again, he gets to drink most of it.
Now in Třebíč. The main sight for us, the Jewish Quarter tour, will need to wait till tomorrow as it's a bit late.