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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
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... t see hardly where you were going. Plus very uneven ground& must have been the original underground cave. Not my cup of tea but worth it for the experience. So glad we live in Australia as these people behind the "Iron Curtain" had a hell of a time just to live until there independence in the 1990's. A very touristy place with every second shop for the " tourist" whether it be souvenirs or food. Perhaps more so here than in ...
Today we had a cruisie morning. Woke at 8:30 (needed the rest), breakfasted, watched some Greys Anatomy, checked out. Then we mozzied around the village of Cesky Krumlov. Had a delicious lunch at the hotel receptionist recommendation. Cost $15 aud each. Grilled Camembert, soup, pancake dessert. The dessert wasn't nice so we had some very very tasty crepes. Apples and cinnamon with icecream, and a white chocolate hot choccie - ...
... a chicken breast topped with cranberry relish and melted camembert. Yup no greens, I'm in Czech and that ain't how we do it round here.
The best places to eat are not the fancy central locations with pretty decor and prices that only a desperate mother with hungry screaming children would pay. Nor is it advisable to frequent the empty bars out in gang territories or with surly English resenting waitresses. And fast food takeaways are just bad for ...
... the fast current and beautiful expanse of the river to travel miles downstream through lovely hilly forests on each side and negotiating just enough small rapids to keep the journey interesting.
Bankside at intervals campsites are campsites where you can stop off for a freshly cooked steak or sausage sandwich, a local cold beer or a hot "grog" (rum, water and sugar) depending on how hard you've paddled! Then the boat operators will pick you ...
The train from Prague to Cesky Krumlov was the slowest, oldest thing you can imagine. But we got a compartment to ourselves and let the crazed conductor attack our Eurail passes with stamps. It's certainly more colourful now, and she has stamped partially over the next day's slot, so let's hope nobody stops me using that day now!
Cesky Krumlov is a gorgeous little town, crowding around a lazily winding river. The train station perches above everything on a nearby hill so steep ...