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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.
... 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 ...
... around town in the drizzle with Christian, from San Francisco, a mild mannered film production tutor in Prague who moonlights as a local tour guide. Cesky Krumlov is a town of architectural styles built over the top of each other. It started as a gothic town, then the houses were converted during the Renaissance before being added to again during the Baroque period. During the restoration, 500 year old frescos were uncovered beneath the ...
... 2 hours in the rain to look at sites etc. The first site we found was a Crepe business which Yes sold lots of crepes. I had a Blue cheese and bacon and Susan Tuna, cheese and tomato. Of course as we were in the Czech Republic I had a beer and Susan a Ginger lemonade both very nice. We then had a sweet Crepe - Cranberry, Walnut, Pear & Goats Cheese. All up it was a massive NZ$17 - we realised later they had not charged us for the sweet Crepe.