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- Continental Breakfast
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... firmly but nicely we were in Czechoslovakia so the Czech way was with bread and their sausages were nicer and cheaper!! We didn't like the Czech way as much as the bread was very heavy so we just had the sausage. Russell had a hunk and I mean a hunk, of warm ham. We then set off for our waffle and chocolate. Carolyn was like an excited little girl, she had remembered this shop from her previous visits. We had ...
... planes. The good ones come with in seat entertainment and an attendant who will bring you cappuccinos. And they cost about 1/4 to 1/6 the price of a train if you buy online. Sweet.
The only problem was that our driver swerved and braked very fast about halfway through the trip. He pulled over and I thought we got a flat. There was a dull thud as he swerved. Turns out he hit a wild boar. The attendant made a long announcement in Czech ...
We and Cesky Krumlov got off to a rather bad start when we got lost and couldn't find parking anywhere. However, when we were finally settled in, we were able to explore this incredible and picturesque little village. The medieval town smells like campfire and has a wonderful feel to it that I cannot put into words. Accordion music wafts up and down the streets along with the smell of freshly baked Czech doughnuts. Being here, you feel as though you've ...
... fountain. Then we walked through the winding medieval streets to the old wooden bridge, looking up at the castle, built into the hillside and using the natural, sheer rock faces as walls and defences. Across the bridge, we wandered around Latran (I initially called it "Latrine", very unfairly, because it was actually a very nice part of town, the old Jewish quarter).
We turned back after an hour or so, headed up the hill and into the ...
... to make the ride interesting. (And, yes, I will be rafting before I leave here with Petra, Pavel, & someone yet to be determined.) Next, we crossed the bridge to see the shops, restaraunts, & other buildings. Walking the cobblestone roads & sidewalks adds to the experience of walking the hilly terrain...in flip-flops... Mine are one step closer to falling apart & I don't doubt I'll be buying a new pair before I leave. Anywho, we stopped into one of the three ...