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... remember the Cesky Krumlov photos. When we were her 20 years ago, NO ONE around the square spoke ONE word of English. Now it's a real tourist destination.
Castle tour tomorrow and graphite mine tour on Friday. Rain expected both days for both days.
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... good to be out and walking.
We arrived back in town, had lunch, and went to find the synagogue in town. The building was open, so we went in, and found a lovey sanctuary and a little museum which gave the history of the family who started the synagogue. The museum was small, but very engaging and informative. Now the building is used for concerts.
... see later when canoeing.. Is a monastery on a cliffy peninsula. Lovely through there with forest and farms overlooking the valley. The bike paths are essentially old, single lane farm roads that have been superseded. Handy for biking!
Missed a turn as cycle path number changed and ended up at a batching (concrete) making plant. Luckily we could cut down a path back to the correct path to a small town below. I think they did some ...
... little quirky and nothing like we have previously stayed in. Everyone was commenting that they had single beds, small rooms etc. We sort of figured it is what it is and it's clean and right in the centre of the old town with magnificent views but we decided to tell the others that we had an amazing room, with a king bed, corner spa bath etc. By the end of the night we had the others in our group convinced that we had scored an awesome room - naughty but funny. We eventually fessed ...
... Bohemia 'proper.' Rolling hills under plough or harvest - groves of pine trees and then the alders and birch either turning gold or about to - familiar enough to most Canadians, especially anyone who has been to the central Alberta parkland, somewhere around Edson or Whitecourt. I wish we had more passenger trains in Canada - the clackety-clack and gentle shimmy of this form of travel is known to us, but still novel enough to make us kind of giddy, like kids piling into ...