Clarion Congress Hotel Ceske Budejovice
Travel Blogs from Ceske Budejovice
... decided to go kayaking. Jess went and organised a two-person raft for the shorter 1-2 hour trip (the longer one takes 3-4 hours and goes to the next town), while I had a brief lie down - I wasn't feeling 100 percent - and within seconds I'd completely fallen asleep. I only woke up when Jess came back into the room to say that the raft was all ready to go. We were quickly briefed on where to start and where to finish, we jumped in the raft and away we went. The river is divided up ...
... us all the sites and explaining the history. She was excellent and there were just 6 on the tour.
She started the tour showing us a map of the town explaining Cesky means Bohemia and Krumlov means wandering river which describes the place beautifully. There was a town on the other side of the river called Latran which also produced beer.
We visited a lookout which showed clearly the expansive Castle buildings in old Latran, and also saw ...
... the ride, I found a bakery for some breakfast. The presumed owner was hilariously eager for us to buy and enjoy everything she made, immediately wanting to know if she could make us a ham and cheese croissant before we'd even sat down. We replied that we'd just like to start with cups of tea, she was over enthusiastically delighted with our choice, then eagerly pressed for us to try home made apricot pastries. From Salzburg we did a long two-and-a-half hour stint to Linz. ...
... enormity of the crime is left to the imagination. It was still, cold and quiet; the only sound the song of birds outside. It is literally chilling and there is nothing to say when confronted with the mute eloquence of these plain and empty chambers. The photographs of the people who died here, along with a display of some personal possessions such as spectacles and religious items, add to the numbing sense of shock and regret.
The T4 programme is a very little known feature of the ...
... sample right out of the cellar at 2 degrees celsius. It as the coldest beer I have ever tried and tasted amazing. After we wrapped up the tour with a walk though of the bottling facility we hopped into our ugly little Ford and started the drive to Plzen.
Throughout the Czech Republic we had been slowed down by roadworks of some sort and the drive to Plzen was a windy two lane free way with slow downs that took you though small Czech villages, road ...
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- Pets allowed