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Beautiful Quaint little place. Quiet, comfortable and safe.
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Sept 21- Today was our last day in Prague. We woke up, packed and had just enough time to eat breakfast at the hotel before we had to head to the bus station. The group took a private bus from Prague to Cesky Krumlov, it took 3 hours and we arrived at our hotel "Pension Danny" at 1:30. Dan and I dropped our bags and immediately went our exploring …
... mooooody at Mummy and wouldn't moooove out of Daddy's way. When we finished going down the mountain we arrived at our campsite and checked in. But there was a slight problem Mummy and Daddy had booked us in for tomorrow but luckily a man wasn't coming and so there was room for us. We put up the tent in double quick time as there was a storm brewing. Then we had our Tomsie ten minute tea, mash beans and hot dogs as we were too late for pizza! But it was ...
... it. One
German guy who had been living in the C.R for while mentioned that Cesky Krumlov
is now so popular with Chinese that it is becoming known to locals as Chinsky
Krumlov. Being as it is not from the border with Germany there are also many
Its also possible to go directly from C.K to Vienna. Lots of people I spoke to
in the hostel were doing this, but I was heading east! You will see this in
the next entry.
Next up was a raft trip down the river. There were three weirs on the route, and each one had a special chute for rafts and kayaks. I was in the front of the raft and so had the best view and got the most splash at the bottom of the chute. The rest of the ride was smooth and pleasant, giving us new views of the castle and town. We celebrated our successful landing with Czech ...
... flowing river winding its way around a Bavarian castle tower worthy of locking up Rapunzel and guarded by caged bears (seriously), this insanely picturesque step back in time had us feeling a little less like Bradley Cooper in The Hangover and a little more like Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones. The trip down to this historical oasis can be made in one of two ways. If adhering to a budget is the chief concern and an afternoon outing with a busload of asian tourists sounds like a ...