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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.
Today we visited a castle that provided us all a special opportunity to imagine very closely the lifestyle of the medieval times! The Ceske Krumlov castle is the second largest in the Czech Republic. The castle has 40 buildings and palaces and is known as the pearl of the renaissance. The town's fairy tale red-roofed castle is surrounded by landscaped gardens, courtyards and a moat with resident bears. The castle's development over the 14th to 19th ...
... until finally, the Hotel Bellevue magically appeared around a corner! The town is beautiful. The Vltava River winds through, and there are centuries old houses and buildings everywhere you look. The cobblestone roads meander through the town. The sun was shining, and the temperature was finally climbing. So lovely.
So, what is there to see in Český Krumlov in March? Nothing, and that is what made our fairy tale come true. We enjoyed a ...
... in mainland Europe has come to an end. I’m really going to miss all the different cultures and languages, but I’m still not even halfway through my entire journey yet. Next up I’m heading to the Mediterranean islands of Malta, where I was invited by some Maltese friends who I met on busabout. I’m very much looking forward to a completely different experience, as well as crossing yet another country off my list. Some good stories are bound to come from this ...
... Emperor Rudolf II of Habsburg, Don Julius d’Austria, murdered a barber’s daughter, Markétka. Upon the bridge stands a statue of Christ as well as one of St. Jan Nepomucky, a national saint of the Czech Republic. He was drowned in the Vltava River,
after refusing a request of the king of that time to divulge the secrets of the confessional of the queen. We ...