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... remember the Cesky Krumlov photos. When we were her 20 years ago, NO ONE around the square spoke ONE word of English. Now it's a real tourist destination.
Castle tour tomorrow and graphite mine tour on Friday. Rain expected both days for both days.
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... good to be out and walking.
We arrived back in town, had lunch, and went to find the synagogue in town. The building was open, so we went in, and found a lovey sanctuary and a little museum which gave the history of the family who started the synagogue. The museum was small, but very engaging and informative. Now the building is used for concerts.
... given our best sad faces as they magically found the last remaining unbooked table in the restaurant so we could enjoy both some beers and what was to be one of the greatest meals we have ever eaten.
We started with the krausened Budvar Lager which was fresh from one of the fermentation tanks and soooo tasty before we ordered our entrees and mains.
The entrees came out quick smart and were so huge we wondered if we'd even be able to get through the ...
... around 7pm-ish - a very strong young man was waiting with his 8-seater van to take us to the hostel, he had all the ladies swooning as he climbed on the roof and strapped all 3 rafts on top. The 16 of us then crammed in the 8-seater for the ride back. We finished off with a traditional Czech meal in town (leek soup, more pork with gravy and more bread dumplings) and went home to bed!
Day two saw us wander up to ...
From a great little spot along the Vlatva in Cesky Krumlov, we arrived to a different kind of campsite in Ceske Budjevoice. All seemed well and good when we first checked in, a little run-down but nothing amiss, we realised on our return from the brewery tour that we would be spending the rest of the afternoon and night with a bunch of Gypsies who had made the many little bungalows in the site (which were very run-down) their permanent homes. A ...