Pension ve vezi (Pension in the tower)
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7. 3 hr bus to Cesky Krumlov.. Tick.
8. Accommodation booked in Poland not Czech Republic.. Oops.
9. Brendan watching Looney Tunes.. Theme continues.
10. Medieval Town.. Work in progress.
... high trip advisor ratings and decided to eat there. We found it was a vegetarian restaurant but that didn't stop us. The waiter, a local, was super gay and had a serious crush on Chris- it was pretty funny. He gave us advice about what to do in the town and even surprised us with a yummy crepe dessert- he thought it was our honeymoon! Sitting outside along the river, we could look at the big historic castle built into a small rocky mountain, the ...
... trip to have had some great free tours and this one was no exception. The guide was a young guy grew up in a neighbouring town and had married a girl from Cesky Krumlov - whom he met while they were both studying in the USA! He had lived in the city for a number of years and had lots of interesting stories to tell about it’s history. Both the town and the castle began life in the late 13th century due to their location on a major trade route in Bohemia, and was ...
... from 1719 until 1947 when it was taken by the Communist state. The tour took us through a hall with heraldic paintings on the ceilings from the time of the Rosenbergs and the many elegant rooms of the Schwartzenbergs. The family was wealthy and they liked to display their wealth with fine furniture, wall coverings place settings and chandeliers. One porcelain chandelier was stunning with a pastel floral motif. After the tour we paused for a glass of beer on the ...
... With food in our stomachs and a place booked, we headed off to park the car and check in. We had somehow lucked it, and found a beautiful newly renovated hotel only 2 mins walk from the old city, and it was not much more than we were going to pay for a waterlogged camp site well out of the township!
Unchanged since medieval times, this cobblestone paved UNESCO-listed walled city has more charm and character than anywhere we've visited. Time for a ...