Travel Blogs from Ceske Budejovice
... you know this is a salty cabbage cookie?" Needless to say she ordered something else. We visited the "implements of torture" museum, and while most of the torture devices were pretty much what you'd expect - the rack for example - there were also some really wincy implements like the "raging bull". If you don't know what that is, look it up because the story about the guy who invented it is worth the read, it's both tragic and somewhat ironic. The weather by this stage had fined up, ...
... are kept. The bears have been kept here since the Rosenberg dynasty and many of their descendants are serving a grater purpose as rugs around the castle floors. We finished our tour at the castle where she pointed out the ticket office for the tours.
After her tour we climbed the tower at the castle which gave us great views of the surrounding areas. Our plan for the afternoon was to do a Castle Apartments tour and take a walk under and through to the ...
... the ride, I found a bakery for some breakfast. The presumed owner was hilariously eager for us to buy and enjoy everything she made, immediately wanting to know if she could make us a ham and cheese croissant before we'd even sat down. We replied that we'd just like to start with cups of tea, she was over enthusiastically delighted with our choice, then eagerly pressed for us to try home made apricot pastries. From Salzburg we did a long two-and-a-half hour stint to Linz. ...
We started the day collecting Fiona from her hotel. W had to make a detour as there was a May Day parade on in the city.
We drove to a castle they wanted to see then went on a brilliant drive through beautiful countryside with vast meadows of dandelions,woods of Christmas trees and big farm houses.
To cross the Danube river we had to go on a ferry.We went into a new country, the Czech republic. ...
... its authentic and quality taste, and then we made the return trip back to the surface before continuing through the exhibit. We walked through rooms of old memorabilia and history which painted out the roots of the brewery originating with special brewing privileges granted by the king of the newly founded city. There was a small room which had an interesting walking bridge with planks like piano keys but made of glass and walls which had ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking