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Wonderful location across from St. Vitus and near the main square. The room was charming and the bath had been updated recently. The view from the room of the castle was spectacular. We had a very nice lunch in the restaurant. Breakfast was included and was okay. Hotel internet didn't seem to work, logged into free internet from Pizzeria, no problem.
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On Tuesday morning the girls took a private shuttle service to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Cesky Krumlov. One of the reasons this medieval town still exists is that it is not particularly easy to get to, the trains from Vienna are not a simple matter.
From Wikipedia: "Construction of the town and castle began in the late 13th century …
We enjoyed our dinner last night. Carolyn desperately wanted waffles with LOTS of chocolate for dessert so we decided to eat light for dinner so we could fit it all in. Neil finally tasted his "warm or mulled wine" which he said he is not that fussed to rush back for! We decided to try the Czech sausage in bread not a bun like the German way. The guy serving us was funny when we asked if they had buns for the sausage ...
... warmest November anyone here has ever seen.
For dinner, we wandered the quiet streets and followed our age old advice of:
1 Don't eat on the touristy square if you don't have to
2 Don't eat at places that don't list their prices out front when everyone else does, and
3 Follow the Music!
We walked off of the old town square and heard some accordion music from a small place. We saw about 20 Chinese ...
... of plywood and a flat pillow), we arose to see the town. We visited the Cesky Krumlov Castle which has a rather magnificent, colourful turret and a few fat pet bears living in the (now dry) moat. Unfortunately the interior of the castle was closed for the season, but we were able to walk inside the inner bailey to look down on views of the town below (which we started to affectionately call "The Krums").
Feeling robbed of the ability to visit a ...
... riding down anyway! I mean we’d already paid to get to the top!
Zipped down the mountain 11km to Cesky Krumlov. Cold and fast but good fun and took about 15 minutes, excluding toilet and defrosting stops. Felt like a Le Tour De France rider! Was looking for newspaper to tuck into the front of my shirt to keep cold wind out! Lovely forests but mostly obscured the views. Should’ve paid the money! Haha.