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Oh dear. We had no idea our travels in our "shuttle" would be in a compact car over a mountain road in the snow. It was only snowing lightly but our surroundings were a wonder winter land. Jimmy. I was driving the car and my shoulders were up to the top of my head. Some of the two lane roads only had room for one car. And the road was snow covered at one point. ...
... s to 1800's) throughout. The Castle contains 185 original wall tapestries, the most number of Tapestries in one place anywhere in the Czech Republic. After the tour, we visited the Castle Gardens where Tish and Chris had consumed some more than traditional Czech fare more than 22 years ago. Suffice to say that food selection and understanding of English has greatly improved over the last 22 years. After lunch at a small cafe in ...
... The snow wasn't that thick or deep on the
ground for most of the time, but it had settled on a lot of the roofs of the
towns buildings. The busiest spot in town for photos is the main bridge, from
where you get a great view of the castle day or night. At night the castle is
floodlit, giving it a bright orange glow.
Cesky Krumlov looked to be pretty popular with Chinese tourists.
I hear a lot of Chinese spoken in Auckland so I'm pretty ...
... a film could be made there. One of the Czech extras came out in costume to explain the situation. Adrian Brody is the lead and the film will be called The Emperor. This meant we could see the interior of the castle nor could we visit the castle museum. We were disappointed and will have to wait for he movie to see what we missed.
We headed down the hill, trying out some new ...
... across one of the five weirs along the route that inspired childlike squeals of elation from the entire boat while we plummeted down the raft-specific ramps with grandiose illusions of battling Level 4 white-water rapids. As we neared our village destination for the most scenic portion of the adventure, the ever-threatening storm clouds finally unleashed their fury with an impressive display of lightning strikes and orchestra of thunder booms. The heavens seemed to be closing ...