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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.
Morning broke sunny and cool in Prague. We had one last breakfast at Hotel Kinsky before leaving for Cesky Krumlov. Bohemia and Czech Republic's second largest castle complex. The two hour drive was very relaxing once we got out of the city. Miles was invaluable as it would have been very difficult otherwise.
We arrived at our "Pension" about 12:30 and were greeted by the landlord Pavla (Paula in English). To be clear, our "Pension" is really a three story house and ...
... through the narrow streets and across the many bridges which cross the Vltava River, we fell in love with the 17th century townscape - which transported us back in time! We continued to enjoy the picturesque city, with a riverside Czech dinner and beers at a medieval tavern, U Dwau Maryi. Happy days!
The next morning we went on a walking tour, through various parts of the ...
... put back into the river in case of flooding in the main part of the town. Many of the buildings along the river were underwater.
We returned safely to out hotel.
Prague is really a stunning city visually. Beautiful medieval, baroque, rococo, renaissance and art nouveau buildings all mixed in together. It is such a shame that the rain doesn't allow us to really look. Tomorrow we are supposed to go on a walking tour, at this point I think we may well be paddling our way ...