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... was open. Time for a beer, and to warm up. (I did mention that it was snowing, didn't I?)
We woke the next morning to cloudy skies and more snow flurries. Time to "storm the castle"! It is an uphill climb, made somewhat more treacherous by the slippery cobblestones. Yes, they did bring snow plows through the town, but they just made it slipperier, I thought. We climbed to the top of the hill, to check out the garden, but that was closed due to inclement ...
... It has a baroque majesty about it created in part by several Prince-Archbishops who all managed major building programs leaving over 100 churches, castles, and palaces in the village.
There were great Christmas markets in city and photos to be taken of the Convent from 'The Sound of Music'. Long day but interesting. Ros enjoyed it more than any other day I think.
While we were in Salzburg the AmaVerde cruised from Linz into Passau and docked for the ...
The second half of the trip was more through smaller villages, some of the more picturesque views one would associate with such places.
At 1153 we passed through the former border with Czechoslavakia: no ceremony, no stopping, a vestige of time and history.
Into Cesky Krumlov ['CK'] by 1240, the charm of the old city immediate. Our hotel is in the old city so it is well situated. It was largely drop the ...
... reality tv show where a husband feeds his wife to keep her fat and keep her with him. The castle, although luxurious and opulent, features a reminder of what happens to obese bears in moats, with bear skin rugs looking at you with sad pleading eyes in every room. Before leaving CK I visited the Egon Schiele Centrum to see the art he produced when he spent time here on holiday from Vienna in the early 1900's. Whilst it was a fantastic exhibition, ...
... 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. ...