Clarion Congress Hotel Ceske Budejovice
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... promptly set off to explore the streets. We walked up to Cesky Krumlov castle which was closed but we were able to look around and take some magnificent photos. The castle is on a hill looking back onto the village where we were staying. We meandered back through the shops to find a place for dinner. We had a delicious wagyu beef and veggies dinner in an underground vault. It was very cosy and a great way to end the ...
... back in the Krums, we continued to explore the little town and feel its magic for one last time. We walked along the charming streets and admired the views from the castle down onto the village and the river. It is one of my favorite places I’ve ever been, and I look forward to coming back one day during the summer time, to enjoy the outdoor terraces, white water rafting and visiting the castle (along with the awesome renaissance fair they hold in ...
... 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 ...
... city to capital city. Off the beaten track can definitely have it's advantages.
Needless to say I was pretty buggered the next day, so it was a good thing I did nothing except wait for my 3pm bus back to Prague. A bus company called Student Agency can take you for a lousy $7 and with wifi access.
So I took the cheap bus back to my cheap accommodation that I scored on-line for $4.
I was due to head to Krakow in Poland the following day, with crazy memories to think back to. ...