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Travel Blogs from Ceske Budejovice

Paddling to Prague

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen

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When we got up this morning, the clouds were grey and it was cold - even though the top for the day was meant to be 29. We decided that it wasn't great weather for kayaking, and instead decided to do the free tour that started in the main square. The tour guide was pretty funny, making amusing jokes as we went and telling legends that may or may not be true. He took our group to some nice parts of the town that we hadn't visited, he talked about how Cesky Krumlov used to be two towns ...

Flat out in Cesky Krumlov

A travel blog entry by catfeet

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14

... Jesuit buildings in Krumlov which have all been converted to public buildings except for the old Jesuit brewery that they managed to burn down 3 times and isn't quite as original.

Then onto St Vitus Church where she took us inside. She showed us a piece of the old remaining city wall and the river. There seemed to be a problem as both towns on either side of the river were producing beer but one side produced a barley beer and the other a wheat beer. Of ...

Three Borders in a Day

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen

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... it was remarkable how authentic it all felt. After dinner we came back to the hostel and hung out on the balcony with two other Australians, a couple of Americans, and a Finnish girl, and we all talked about our travels and watched fireflies as they buzzed around. Tomorrow the forecast is for storms in the evening, so the plan is to do some canoeing with the other Australians in the morning, then visit the castle in the afternoon once the weather turns. It should be a good ...

Life Worth Living

A travel blog entry by ejm56

7

... hotel, the Grand Hotel Zvon, is suitably grand, but has a slight air that its best days are behind it. They serve a very good Pilsner Urquelle.
After dinner, I luxuriate in the joy of wandering about a new European town after dark. It retains a sense of ancient ness and gravity. There is a wide and spacious market square, with the inevitable fountain in the middle. The most mundane of shops are housed in grand buildings. Most buildings have painted decoration or corner turrets ...

Bud

A travel blog entry by hannahteebay

... then back to the same spot to park. When we went inside, it was quite dead except for a couple employees running the reception and the gift shop, and after pleading for her to let us join the tour 15 minutes late and her rejecting us, we settled for the multimedia extravaganza which, we were told, was a decent second to the tour.

Not quite knowing what we signed up for, we watched a short video on the brewing process that budvar uses and ...

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