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Today. Mhm where to start??
1. Breakfast.. Tick.
2. 25min walk to the middle of nowhere.. Tick.
3. The worst bus instructions ever given.. Tick.
4. 1hr bus back to Prague.. Oops.
5. Bus dropoff in the middle of nowhere.. Tick.
... when we returned to the ship we learned that we do not have enough water in the Danube to continue on our Bestla ship...we have to switch ships on Sunday and get on the Eistla, which is our original ship that couldn't make it to Budapest to pick us up...oh, well...what can you do...we just have to pack and the other ship is the same, unfortunately we have all new staff.
... a natural mote on 3 sides of the town.
This is definitely a picture postcard city with its compact size in the old town producing many interesting building lines along its very narrow cobbled streets and laneways. This city just had a good feel about it and it was a pity that we only had one night to explore its beauty.
Dinner was at the "Motorcycle Museum Resturant" where we once again were fed to excess.
... a while I found the difference quite startling. We rode through forest on a one lane, two way road for quite a while, and soon arrived at Cesky Krumlov. I knew that Canoeing was popular, we even hope to do some tomorrow, but we didn't expect to see so many canoeists that there is actually no part of the river in which you can look and not see a canoe. Once we had checked into the hostel, I filled the bike with petrol and we explored a little. Since we'd just crossed a ...
... Virgin of Nuremberg. This device was born in Germany and it got its name from the fact that its exterior resembled a Bavarian girl. The condemned party was closed inside the contraption where the body of the unlucky individual was pierced by sharp spikes. The spikes were positioned in a manner so that, even though they penetrated various parts of the body, they did not rupture any vital organs, ensuring a long period of suffering.
- The Chastity Belt. ...