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Travel Blogs from Cesky Krumlov
... the painting of Alonso Mucha . Next stop was lunch and we had a three course meal consisting of soup, trout and a cake dessert. Of course we had to have a beer with that and we chose a Budweiser. Budweiser started here and it was much nicer than ones we have had in u.s.a. The Americans with us agreed that it was very different, although they didn't say whether they preferred it. After lunch we had free time to explore and then we went to ...
Today we wandered around the Jewish quarter of Praha for a while, taking a bit more time to soak up what we saw the day before on our first day tour with Harriet. Steve then parted ways with Mandy and headed off to find the Military Museum, looking for a pink tank.
In 1991, when Steve was here last, a local artist called David Cerny had rebelliously painted a Soviet T34 tank bright pink, as a stark reminder to miltary commanders globally ...
... hotel, very good and surprisingly cheap: 28 euros for the three of us, or 768 Czech Korunas. We spent two days trying to remember how to say "Prosim" and "Dekuju", please and thank you, practicing in eateries and shops, to the amusement of the locals.
We spent most of Wednesday wandering the old town, shopping and eating and taking more photos.
Back to the hotel by 4:30 to catch the shuttle service which would take us to Salzburg.
... a big clock tower in the centre of the town that had the most beautiful top section on it. It was so intricately decorated and the fading colours of reds and greens were just so pretty against the sky.
In total it took us under 2 hours to explore the town which is apparently only a quarter of the size of Brugges but somehow manages to have 200 pubs!! We also had a play in a mirror labyrinth for 3€ each which was just a bit of fun and I finally got one of the ...
... We wandered back over the bridge past them again, and Darren sang at them again, which made them laugh even more! Not sure if they were locals or tourists, but we think they may have been local. We went back to the bar, but it was still closed, not open for another hour, so we gave up on that idea for now and wandered back through the pretty, pretty town towards the hostel. We had another walk past the bear enclosure, ...
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Rooseveltova 68, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $15
Vezni 99, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $12
Kajovska 59, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $12
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Plesivecka 123, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $15
Pod Svatym Duchem 135, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $15
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Rybarska 35, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $13