Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic and is the capital of the state of Moravia. It contains a number of historic sites, monuments, and attractions. As an added bonus, located a bit north of the city lies the Moravian Karst, which encompasses just over a thousand caverns and gorges. There are five caves located in the karst that are open to the public and are easily accessible by car from the city centre. Given that the train from Budapest to Prague passes through Brno, it seemed quite fitting to make a detour here for a couple of days.
Today made a good driving day as the weather resumed to its usual cloudy / rainy-ness. After awhile you'd think we'd get used to the rain, dampness, and lack of sun. Well, we didn't. We drove along the remainder of the Northern part of Iceland towards Snæfellsjökull National Park.