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Krakow was the one city's that Marilyn really wanted to visit. I on the other hand did not know much about it & didn't know what to expect. So far it has been one of our favourite destinations. We stayed at a pension called Tango House, which was 1 block from the centre of the "Old City" (a great location). We arrived into Krakow Poland, on the night train from Vienna. The train station is new (just opened 3 months) and is connected to ...
... I would just keep our mouths closed…. I spent the rest of the afternoon just walking the cobblestone streets and enjoying people watching and not having to do too much. As the evening arrived the tourists crowds thinned out and it felt more like having the town to myself, much nicer!
The next morning was colder than the day before but initially not as foggy, so after a leisurely start that involved an extended Skype chat and then breakfast in a cafe I ...
... various sources, the rocky cobblestones underfoot, that remind one of past ages, and the taste of the local foods. Centuries of history have earned this Czech town a designation as a UNESCO World Heritage site. It's a Bohemian beauty, tucked into a horseshoe bend on the Vltava River, with interesting architecture, an enormous castle and a nearby national park.
... around the new town, and found the main boulevade and shopping street, a la Champs élysées, with the enormous Museum at the top of the hill.
We reconvened for lunch before taking the very fancy coach to Cesky Krumlov, complete with our own hostess offering us free tea, coffee and hot chocolate. We whiled away the three hour trip by watching an average to bad American thriller with Liam Neeson.
The rain followed us to the ...
... bar, great! We decided not to stay too long here as it was a bit close to home and we were looking for a more traditional experience. We definitely found this at the next stop. What looked like someones house but with a small ramp leading up the kitchen window, where a lovely man poured us drinks from the beer tap he had installed. We enquired as to how much his vodka was, and for only 300 crowns he gave us the whole bottle. Stoked! 20 crowns per person ...
Other places to stay in Cesky Krumlov
Rooseveltova 68, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $15
Vezni 99, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $12
Kajovska 59, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $12
Soukenicka 43, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $19
Plesivecka 123, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $15
Pod Svatym Duchem 135, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $15
Pod Svatym Duchem 132, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $29
Rybarska 35, Cesky Krumlov | Hostelfrom $13