Cartwheeling through South Moravia

I took a long weekend to explore the southern part of the Czech Republic–Moravia, known for its warm weather, plentiful wines, and laid back culture. I went bowling, watched a kamikaze-like air show, got motion sick on an unbelievably scenic bus ride, cartwheeled around a chateau, and drank Moravian wine as the sun melted and softened everything in shades of honey and I forgot I was in central Europe for a little while.

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Chateau Lednice

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The main square of Mikulov, a small town in South Moravia.

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Sights of Mikulov.

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The insane pilot playing with his toy.

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Bystanders looking up in amazement at his stunts.

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Matt feeling pensive after a few glasses.

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Chateau Lednice

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Matt feeling like a gangster after a few more glasses.

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Matt feeling jubilant in front of Chateau Lednice.

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A window.

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Flower garden at Chateau Lednice.

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Flower garden at Chateau Lednice.

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Matt and I enjoying the regal scene.

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Chateau Lednice

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The Minaret at the chateau that we opted not to walk to.

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Chateau Lednice

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Matt feeling like a squirrel after still more glasses.

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The perfect night cap.

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An appropriate place to end the day over wine.

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Cartwheeling through South Moravia

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