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On our way to Munich we stopped at KrumlovCesky, a 13th century Unesco listed town and castle. Just magical!
... I would just keep our mouths closed…. I spent the rest of the afternoon just walking the cobblestone streets and enjoying people watching and not having to do too much. As the evening arrived the tourists crowds thinned out and it felt more like having the town to myself, much nicer!
The next morning was colder than the day before but initially not as foggy, so after a leisurely start that involved an extended Skype chat and then breakfast in a cafe I ...
... sort of seedy strip club. We ended up in a shisha bar, but at 4am they kicked us out. I was drinking my rum and coke very slowly after the bartender had put way too much in. Normally this would make me happy, but I couldn’t finish it there and then and there was no way I was going to waste it. With security getting ****** with me I offered to pay for the glass, which was a bargain at 1 euro. It’s a good glass too, I still have it.
I’m very sad to say that ...
... colours. As one wanders along the solid connecting open air corridors high above the town, the most breathtaking vista of the town below can be seen.
Having spent several hours roaming the town taking in the never to be forgotten sights of Cesky Krumlov and scouring the shops for those memorable treasures, Mick set off single mindedly to locate a quirky cafes, ...
Today was a stunning sunny day. The view out our windows in the morning was beautiful as the sun came up over the mountains. We were heading to Cesky Krumlov today so we packed our bags and Ro took many photos outside as the view kept changing. We were farewelled by the mother from the place, who spoke very little English, i think we understood what she was saying, perhaps not, but there were smiles all round and friendly handshakes. Annaliese the younger woman ...