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Travel Blogs from Hluboka nad Vltavou
... money with us. After a couple of hours of paddling we finally, finally arrived at the next town, and just as we arrived the rafting company's van arrived with a trailer, so fortunately we didn't have to have another phone call trying to explain where to pick us up from. Our arms were about to drop off and we felt like if we paddled much longer we'd arrive in Prague. We got dropped off back at the hostel, I took some paracetamol and had another short lie down before we left for ...
... of the Castle.
We have seen some interesting art here – there is an artist who makes fingers and toes from various materials – a bit unusual.
The Castle Tour was very good and showed us the residences of three families who lived in the Castle, unfortunately there were no photos allowed. The most interesting room was a weird ballroom where the walls were decorated in the style of a masquerade ball with 143 figures, it was quite ...
... truly an excellent suggestion. This place was fully kitted out as a Medieval Bohemian restaurant right on the moat of the castle, with a view of the castle itself, old oak tables, stone flooring, old style menus and food from the appropriate era, including gruel and mead! For dinner I had chicken pieces with potatoes and tarragon, and Jess had the Pheasant Bohemian Feast, both of which were delicious and we were absolutely stuffed. But I couldn't help myself, I ordered ...
... waving in the air. They pulled up next to us and began to pump our little canoe back up with air. Unfortunately, they filmed the whole thing on their little video camera... keep your eye out for us on the Czech 'You've Been Framed'.
We did eventually make it back safe and sound- much to our relief.
After an altogether exhausting day, we treated ourselves to a Medieval banquet- it went down a treat. It was all done on a big open fire ...
... are a heap of bars to paddle over to for a drink and it is easy to take your own booze as well. There are very few better ways to spend a day then to float down a beautiful river, stopping at riverside bars for cheap beer and enjoy the scenery along the way. They also give you a water tight storage bucket for cameras and wallets etc. it is about as much fun as you can have in a day floating down the river. Our only regret was that we ...
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