EuroAgentur Hotel Jihlava
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After leaving Dresden we headed to Prague. Once again Ruth and I missed a photo opportunity crossing the Czech border. We arrived in Prague mid afternoon. Quite a busy town. We were staying close to the old city and could walk down town. A very impressive, lovely old city with beautiful buildings. Gary and I booked a guided tour for the second day. We were picked up from our hotel and driven up to the castle. Walked around the castle for ...
... a large collection of historical costumes.
The Castle Zleby was founded as a gothic fortress by family Lichtenburk before 1289, rebuilt after Hussite Wars in the middle of the 15th century. The castle was also reconstructed in renessaince and baroque style. Last great reconstruction in 1849-68 was managed by Karel Vincenc Auersperg. You could find old historical relies or copies of old relies moved to the Castle Zleby from the entire ...
Snowing hard and enjoying some very special white Czech wine.
Enjoyed some excellent schnapps last night at a local bar and have been hanging out with local DJs listening to awesome drum and bass vinyl mixing.
Been to too many bars and drank far too much of the local shot (some kind of 40% distilled rice wine - URGHH!!)
Wonderful company and walks around the lovely little city of Oloumouc.
... lots of other castles and statues, then later we went on a pub crawl, and I tried traditional Czech food with him. I hated it haha, meat with these soggy bread disgusting Czech style dumplings, but glad I tried it still.
Another evening I met up with a Couch Surfing group for dinner and drinks, tried the oily tradition cheese, then headed home for rest.
Next mornign I took a train to Kultna Hora, a hilly town an hour away, ...
... will find great stores for cheaper.