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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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... for books in German, Latin, Spanish, Italian, and French. A case held books dating back to the 1600's. The Chapter Huose was a beautiful room with fabulous acoustics, now used for concerts and weddings. The cloisters were especially lovely, with renaissance decoration. And then there was the church. This was religious art on steroids. Check out the picture-beauritful? ...
... 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 ...
... steep, you are either going downhill or climbing up hill. It’s all cobblestones and my feet are feeling it. I am not sure the pictures will showcase the steepness of the town.
Our hotel is excellent and in the centre of town, in a building dating back to the 15th century, it is modern inside with all mod cons. We went to dinner just around the corner tonight and enjoyed a very tasty meal. ...
... a big clock tower in the centre of the town that had the most beautiful top section on it. It was so intricately decorated and the fading colours of reds and greens were just so pretty against the sky.
In total it took us under 2 hours to explore the town which is apparently only a quarter of the size of Brugges but somehow manages to have 200 pubs!! We also had a play in a mirror labyrinth for 3€ each which was just a bit of fun and I finally got one of the ...