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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.
... we reached our lunch restaurant. the star of lunch was a traditional plum cake, served at harvest time. Wandering back to our hotel, we shopped a bit, then took some time to rest before the next adventure. Since our room opens to the town square, we were delighted to enjoy music by a guitar ad recorder duo who were performing right outside our window. they played the whole time we were in ...
... to some lovely singing by three young buskers as we walked across the bridge adding even more to the wonderful atmosphere around the town. As we approach the castle a commanding brick archway, adorned with two family crests, confronts us. Finally reaching the 'crowning' climax of our tour, the tower of the castle stretches above us. Lovely outdoor eating houses line the ...
... story. We were unable to take photos inside so we bought a small book so we could remember what we had seen. The kids really enjoyed the tour and listening to the stories and explanations of the things we were seeing. Our Guide spoke beautiful English but with a thick Czech accent. Rohan has been enjoying trying to copy the accent (note from Ro; "succeeding thanks").
We headed back into the town past the river and to some shops which Milly wanted ...