Majestic Snowy Mountains
Trutnov Travel Blog› entry 91 of 144 › view all entries
January 26th, 2007 – by: maplefanta
Finally after the long and crowded bus ride (where I stood the whole way), we arrived slightly tired in Trutnov and went to her father's place.
We cooked ourselves a decent meal and relaxed a bit, danced some valse and watched animations until pretty late by night... then it was time to sleep!
Again waking up slowly and finally kicking ourselves to go out, we picked the skis and went to the nearest hill above Trutnov to do some cross-country. It went great all day, the sun was there we were crossing a majestic Pine trees forest which had witness a huge battle between Prussia and Austria about 150 years ago... we were therefore on a huge battlefield.
The snow was great and the landscape as well. Nonetheless saying it was nice to do some outdoor again! We followed an old man for few km in the forest talking about different things, and by duskwe came back home to relax.
Today was a lazy sunday, later Daniella's uncle passed by and finally invited us to restaurant, he was pretty much of a funny guy and it was nice to hear them talking 'sudenten' dialect. I also saw the downtown of Trutnov, I really loved the main square with the arcade over the sidewalk, so you always walk in the dry!
Later when we were back home, we headed back to the hill with some sledge, slide a bit, got all wet, made a pregnant snow-woman and played in the snow. The playing in the snow was... quite romantic I must say, I will surely always remember the moment as I loved it eventhough nothing actually happened. It was still full of nice thought, just a plain joyfull time :)
We manage to come back home just on time to meet with Daniella's friend, her father also arrived so I could get introduced.
This whole playing in the snow got me a cold though :S
Not knowing what to do, I finally board a bus so that I would make sure to arrive in Brno.
It was a long ride and I had a cold, the funny thing is that everyone seemed amazed that I dared to tell the driver to stop the heating, which was burning like hell!
I made my farewell to Daniella as she walked me to the bus station by the afternoon, I would surely have loved to stay longer... sadly I had to go. It felt like if were to meet again soon, or that it was just an au revoir. A deep hug and I hopped in the bus.
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