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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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7. 3 hr bus to Cesky Krumlov.. Tick.
8. Accommodation booked in Poland not Czech Republic.. Oops.
9. Brendan watching Looney Tunes.. Theme continues.
10. Medieval Town.. Work in progress.
... the Vltava (the river is very shallow). Kaye even found some nice clothes there, and we found a CD music shop with the most extensive classical selection. It contained the biggest collection of early music we've ever seem (Jordi Savall is Kaye's favorite) and despite the temptation the blow our entire budget on CDs, we limited ourselves to two. Overall, this is a beautiful place in one of the most scenic parts of the Czech Republic, and we recommend it to anyone heading this way.
... day road permit. The price was 300 kroner which we didn't know the value of as we had assumed that Czech Republic currency was Euros so we were relieved to find out this was only around AU$15. We finally reached Cesky Krumlov in Bohemian Czech Republic around 4:00 pm and spent the next 3 hours exploring the castle and cobblestone streets of this fairytale village straight out of ...
... to the tiny Czech town of Cesky Krumlov. I marvelled at the old building and especially the castle by the river, which looks spectacular at night. The thing that I found the most interesting was the bears. Historically there were bears living in the moat of the castle, given the job of protecting the king from any scoundrels who dared try and cross the moat. Today the king is long gone, but for the sake of the tourists the bears remain in the moat. An interesting tradition, but ...
... been a painting. Wandering towards a solid looking timber bridge crossing the sweeping river, we dallied to watch several canoes and rafts, wind their way down the river towards a man made weir, attached to which is a short white water rafting slope. It seems the river is popular with tourists and avid water sport enthusiasts.