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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Arcadie Cesky Krumlov
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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7. 3 hr bus to Cesky Krumlov.. Tick.
8. Accommodation booked in Poland not Czech Republic.. Oops.
9. Brendan watching Looney Tunes.. Theme continues.
10. Medieval Town.. Work in progress.
... During the communist era much of Cesky fell into disrepair but since the 1989 Velvet revolution much of it has been restored to it's former 15th century glory and now is a Unisco World Heritage site. This meant our transportation from Vienna could only take us so close and then we had to walk in, along cobbled stone and bridges to our hotel, Na Louzip which was very quaint, having 15th century charm with modern ...
... single thing with us. Yeah, picture Lindsey, Regan, Paige and Erin stranded with a raft, 4 paddles and nothing else in the middle of a Czech forest. We decided to make the most of it and put the raft in the river and we're looking for Rapids. There were none to be seen. There was barely a current so we all used our strong muscles to navigate down the river. At one point we rowed into a giant willow tree, we saw the whole town from the river and what we ...
... at least. Check out my Google+ page above to see a short 2 minute video of the village. You may very well be the only person to see a Google+ page! (I just can't bring myself to do Facebook).
We enjoyed just walking around in our own real-life museum. The castle on the hill across the same Vlatava River (south of Prague, but upstream of the river) is lit up at night and made for great photos. The streets were empty at 9 pm! We only ...
... cobblestones. During the Communist era some tarseal had been laid but once they were the Czech Republic it was ripped up and re-cobbled.
Another impressive town - even our Rachel had been to visit and had told us that we should visit.
The buildings are all quite colourful, this was from the days before people could read -the colour of the building indicated what sort of business it was. Red - butcher, Blue - baker etc.
After the walking tour ...