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... did see the backroads of the Czeck Republic. Once we arrived safely, we got to touring and did a castle tour........meh..........but the views were great. We then walked around this old old town and had a great and inexpensive dinner at a local place. The town is actually very charming but is also very popular with Japanese tourists. It must be so packed in the high ...
... 5 degrees so our summer garb that supported us so well in the Middle East has been well and truly packed at the bottom of our suitcases. We spent pretty much the whole day at Cesky Krumlov taking a tour of of Cesky Krumlov Castle which was a former house of the Rosenbergs who owned numerous estates in Italy, Austria and the Czech Republic. All the rooms in the Castle were restored to their original splendour with period ...
... and almost empty at this time of year, but
there were still plenty of visitors.
I just enjoyed wondering and looking at the old buildings. Apparently in the
summer, the surrounding hills and woods are also good for hiking in. I'm not
much of a shopper, but if you are then there are a huge number of trendy
shops, the likes of which you also find in Prague (bohemian crystal, Swarowski,
designer bags etc).
The town looked great in ...
... a positive result of their dominance. Set among the trees, the whole outdoor theater revolves during performances. Unique! I could see Midsummer Night's Dream being performed to great effect.
We headed back in time, past the second part of the complex and were ready to enter the next phase, but were stopped by a closed gate and security guards. The castle was closed for 4 days ...
... as we continued south. By the time we arrived, we were all optimistic that our rafting excursion would proceed under beautifully sunny skies. We were wrong. As our raft was placed in the lazy river, ominous storm clouds appeared over our shoulders that would track us the entire way downstream. Not overly concerned at first, we leisurely proceeded with a beer in one hand and a paddle in the other that was used for little more than the occasional need to steer. Every half-mile or so, ...