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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.
... was first brewed in 1795. Apparently there are long standing differences of opinion in USA which results in on going disputes in Courts. We had a tour - 90 steps up and 90'down I reckon . But it was interesting . Lots of large copper on the outside anyway round vats where the temperature was 50C . Then down to the cellar where we shamed the beer and it was 5 C . It's output is ...
... way into this little town. Jack has become quite the map reader. In fact, he was in charge of directing us to the Astronomical Clock in Prague. He loved the responsibility. I bet his teachers would be proud if they knew about it.
Unfortunately, like in many small towns, street signs were difficult to find, and we ended up getting lost. Our little car was weaving up and down small streets and alleyways, ("Is this actually a road?") and we were getting ...
... sort of seedy strip club. We ended up in a shisha bar, but at 4am they kicked us out. I was drinking my rum and coke very slowly after the bartender had put way too much in. Normally this would make me happy, but I couldn’t finish it there and then and there was no way I was going to waste it. With security getting ****** with me I offered to pay for the glass, which was a bargain at 1 euro. It’s a good glass too, I still have it.
I’m very sad to say that ...
... be seen of the entire length of the castle, looming over the town below. From any high vantage point, a divine view of the Cesky Krumlov roofline can be seen, with the emerald hills as a glorious backdrop.
Heading towards the castle, we crossed the Barber's Bridge, named so because a series of barber's lived in a house beside the bridge. Apparently the mentally ill ...