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... English, if he would like me to have him take my photo. When I said "Yes please sir" and he noticed the Toronto Blue Jays shirt I was wearing, he asked if I was from Toronto. It turns out, that George and his wife Jan also live in Toronto. Max and I spent a bit of time talking to our fellow Torontonians. The castle was very nice and it was a lot of walking around the grounds and gardens. The museum there is very interesting in ...
... classics later we docked at what appeared to be a campsite. As the prophecy foretold there was not a soul around but that wasn't going to dampen our Czech beer buzz. Enjoying our first full day of sunshine since arriving in Europe, we played fuse-ball, drank more and leered at the attractive waitress, who appeared like someone had shat in her cereal that morning - perhaps it was the huge crowd...? Back on the river we slowly made our way ...
... dude ever. Then we climbed a mountain of stairs to the top of Krumlov castle tower. Cesky Krumlov is amazingly picturesque. I can see why Ash proposed here. The view from the top of the tower was spectacular. Then we just went for a wander, we found a massive park with refocus puddly manicured gardens. There was also a revolving amphitheater for stargazing maybe? Then it was back to what we do best; ...
... headed straight for the showers. It had been such a great day and one of the best parts of our trip to date. Definitely one we will remember for years to come!
Once we were showered and our hangovers were starting to kick-in, we met up with some fellow team mates for a bit of dinner before heading to bed.
At least we aren't getting picked up until 11.30am tomorrow, so plenty of time to sleep in and recover before our next leg.
Good night from us
... performing students. It is a Baroque building. It also has a wonderful garden. Melk is the entry to the Wachau Valley. The Austrian Alps can be seen in the distance.
we walked back to the ship- enjoyed lunch then set sail to Durnstein. Along the Danube we saw many castles - and learnt that it was a wine and apricot growing area. So very pretty. We went on a walking tour as soon as we arrived at Durnstein. - a lovely village set on the ...
Other places to stay in Cesky Krumlov
Rooseveltova 68, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $19
Vezni 99, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $31
Kajovska 59, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $15
Soukenicka 43, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $24
Plesivecka 123, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $16
Pod Svatym Duchem 135, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $18
Pod Svatym Duchem 132, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $29
Rybarska 35, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $21