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TravelPod Member ReviewsPension Ametyst Cesky Krumlov
The Ametyst is just inside the gates of the old city. It was quiet, clean, and about a 5 minute walk into the centre of the old city. The hostess could speak English and was very helpful. I would recommend anyone to stay at this pension.
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... We eventually made the turning for Udine and cruise control was implemented. As we entered Austria the scenery changed from flat beige landscape to a mountainous lush green. The heat was a positively chilly 25! Then Tom Tom decided to take us the scenic route that was literally up over a mountain and down the other side. It was eventful. Windy roads with no barriers. Cows in the middle of the road. Spectacular views. And Mrs T clinging on for dear life. ...
... It was lovely sitting in the shade watching the world go by for an hour or so. Lunch itself was interesting.... As it was too hot for gulasch and the like Beaver chose a baguette with salami, cheese and potato salad, or so she thought.,, what actually came were two bread rolls and the above in a mould of aspic jelly! Once over the shock, it was devoured in no time. The afternoon was no cooler so Besver went in search of ...
Cesky Krumlov is a well preserved historic town, dominated
by its castle, which is on the hill overlooking a bend in the Vitava River
Similar to Hradcany Castle in Prague, Cesky Krumlov Castle contains a number of
buildings within its walls, all of which were constructed at various times. Between
the 13th and 18th centuries the castle was in the hands of the House of
Rosenberg, who were a prominent noble family of Bohemia. Later, from.1719 ...
... I tried another little restaurant, where I was stuck with an asian couple that was slurping their soups and their food. I guess it's really hard to find peace and quiet, even in a tiny medieval town like Cesky Krumlov.
But all in all, this town was possibly the most beautiful medieval village i've seen so far and I don't regret visiting it out of season because it wasn't surpopulated by annoying frat boys from the states.
Until next time...
... then the torture museum, but again, pretty lame, although, it made me want to go see a real wax museum, just to see how much better it would be. It was a good way to blow an afternoon however, and afterwards we perused through the souvenir shops and picked up a few little trinkets, then decided to head back to the hotel to relax for a bit. At around 6 we decided to head back out for some dinner. We ate at a little restaurant ...