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Today. Mhm where to start??
1. Breakfast.. Tick.
2. 25min walk to the middle of nowhere.. Tick.
3. The worst bus instructions ever given.. Tick.
4. 1hr bus back to Prague.. Oops.
5. Bus dropoff in the middle of nowhere.. Tick.
... and there was not a house or person to be seen. This i really enjoyed, as for the last few months its been city after city. Now its nice to be somewhere a little more remote and to be surrounded by trees again.
Next stop is a little town in Austria called Bad Goisern. It a base which i will use to explore the famous town called Hallstatt and Obertraun. Cant wait to get into the mountains.
... can not get lost. We tumbled out of the bus, we ended up walking with a young Canadian backpacker who was heading in the same direction. We knew our accomodation was on the river, opposite the old town. Well we were on the right side sort of but we missed the gate to walk through. This meant we trudged, dragging our bags over the cobble stones, small wheels to not like big cobble stones, in the castle area, to the information centre. Here we received directions, more ...
... by a hand), so getting there was a bit like an amazing race. The town itself was beautiful, and like Prague Castle, is a UNESCO world heritage site as most of the architecture in the old town dates from the 14th to the 17th century - and nothing later. It’s all cobblestone streets and doorways that even I have to duck through! And tourists. Loads and loads of tourists. Anyway, I found the hostel and after a check in chat with the owner, I headed back to the old ...
... man with just his underpants, another in bright yellow budgie smugglers and ladies with low cut sundresses. One of the holiday pleasures for the locals is canoeing along the river that passes through Cesky Krumlov and overnight camping in small tents. The walled city had cobblestone roads throughout, many unique buildings, old churches, a castle and fortress. We had lunch in a restaurant situated ...