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This B & B was located a fw minutes walk from the main square of Cesky Krumlov, but was far enough to avoid all the noise. Set on a hill it had all the basics - secure parking, free wi-fi and a satisfactory breakfast. Rooms were comfortable and staff friendly.
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... out of a parking lot while walking the few blocks back to our apartment. Also marveled at how well-behaved the crowd was and how quickly the city cleaned up the party by the next morning.
So now, Christmas is over. The sun is setting later, we have daylight until 4:15! Tim is back at work and we're looking forward to travel scheduled for 2015. Next on the agenda: Bucharest! I will be accompanying Tim on a business trip later this month. Hope it warms up a little...
We started our day with a delicious breakfast (photos) in our hotel. It was really nice with beautiful bacon, eggs, mushrooms, Danishes, fruit, yoghurt and cereals. When we were checking out the guy asked me one question "did you have anything in the mini bar?" I said "no". He asked Russell the same question 4x in succession then he still didn't believe him and went to check in his room!! Very funny!! Russell must have looked a bit hung over I think!! We then proceeded on our way ...
... when it's hard to find a room and the streets are filled with mass tourism. We walked 5 minutes from the bus station and checked in and wandered the narrow cobblestone streets and found only a few restaurants or people walking about.
Cesky Krumlov is a fairy-tale castle town and a UNESCO World Heritage site. It's the 2nd most popular site in Czech Republic after Prague. It's only about 12,000 people and in the summer its ...
... Kramov. Michal, our guide, explained that many restaurants offer a 3 Euro lunch. The government requires employers to give employees 3Euros per person, per day for lunch. So many people eat their main meal at noon and eat lightly at dinner. We were amazed at the 3 Euro meal! Goulash, chicken and sauerkraut, fried cheese, beef and cream...all big meals and all delicious. With beer for the guys, and water and tea for ...
Alarm set for 6.30am so an early start especially as we can not rush bodily functions when you have to sit on a bus!
Sunday dawned a bit chillier, some of our fellow travellers were wrapped up as though it was going to snow!
We had cruised through the night and arrived in Linz.
While at breakfast our room was serviced and young man who is our steward had made a wee Alfie with a towel and my glasses. Very cute. Apparently they made them for ...