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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today. Mhm where to start??
1. Breakfast.. Tick.
2. 25min walk to the middle of nowhere.. Tick.
3. The worst bus instructions ever given.. Tick.
4. 1hr bus back to Prague.. Oops.
5. Bus dropoff in the middle of nowhere.. Tick.
... and the tour takes us into that part of the castle where the killing process happened. Very little physical space is needed to process the people: it is simple and efficient: there is an undressing room, a gas chamber, a "technical room" which administered the carbon monoxide gas, a morgue and a crematorium room. You can see the remnants of the pipe work which delivered the gas: it looks like an innocuous piece of domestic plumbing.
These appalling rooms are presented without ...
... get back outside with Peter to get some Czech crowns, the local currency. The exchange rate was a bit better for the Canuck buck here in contrast to the US dollar so exchanged $300 Cdn for 5,505 crowns, mostly in large bills.
Went to the Krumlovsky Mlyn restaurant for lunch, the local river babbling nearby. The pork belly was not available so had a local goulash which was fine. The Kursovice Musketyr beer was food. Nobody had ...
... still adds hops by hand despite producing over two hundred and fifty thousand hectolitres a year. Finally, lager style beer (light golden color) is much harder to make that an ale or stout beer. Lager (German for "cellar" or Lezak in Czech) beers have to sit for nearly one hundred days and sometimes two hundred at very cold temperatures before it is ready to drink. Ale fermentation takes a much shorter period of time and can be done at high temperatures. They poured ...
... they have all these little bars and stuff set up every now and again by the river, so you jump up and demolish a beer and move on. Or a super awesome Mojito as was the case. But yeah its just a really nice place to have a goo chat with someone, have a few beers, take in some nature and kill an afternoon relaxing, especially since the current is basically strong enough to carry you down the river anyway. Now I am super ready for Salzburg, Berchtesgaden and Zell am See!