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Central Europe: travelogue summer 2003

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Central Europe: travelogue summer 2003

We have five weeks and we travel through many countries in central Europe. We all discover new places but also find places and people that we like to see again.
Read here about the preparation to this long summer vacation .


Groningen - Wroclaw, a long journey and we see too many accidents
A nice morning in Wroclaw, trip to Czestochowa
A rainy start, a visit to the salt mines of Wieliczka and to Zakopane
Zakopane, and a trip through the neighbourhood


To Roznava, a beautiful drive through the Slovakian Paradise


Roznava - Eger, national parks in norteast Hungary
Eger, through the Bukki Nemzeti national park
To the capital of Hungary, Budapest
Eger - Szeged, to the south of Hungary
Szeged - Balatonmeer, a visit to Pecs
Veszprem and a quiet day at the campsite
Visit to Sopron, near the Austrian border


To Zaton, a long drive along a beautiful coast
Zaton, a relaxing day on the beach
In the burning heat we visit Zadar
Another quiet day at Zaton and a rehearsal concert
Plitvicka national park, remainders of the war
Sun, sea, beach and nothing else at Zaton
South of Zadar, a region with many abandonned villages
With Joško to Zadar


Through Italy into the Austrian Alps
Grossglocknerstrasse, cold but very nice
Döllach - Vent, through Italy to west Tirol via the Timmelsjoch
Vent - Langenwang, with a chairlift into the mountains and to the Krimmler falls
Langenwang - Vienna, a warm day
Vienna, visiting the highlights

Czech Republic

Vienna - Puchov (Slovakia), through the Moravian karst
Puchov - Prague, visit to a Moravian cave
Walking through Prague
Another day at Prague
Bohemian Paradise, Giant mountains
Last day at Prague


Via Dresden to our friends in Zermützel
Zermützel, with our German friends
Alas, the holiday is over, going home again

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