Hotel Zatkuv Dum
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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.
... it to him for his hard-work ethic. Cashe was taken by surprise- his shot was stopped. Our team lost the next round in a sudden death shoot out The loss quickly drifted away as the team interacted with the Czech players, shook hands, laughed and many great exchanges were made. Cashe got a great Czech hat souvenir. Next we departed for our hotel and then walked downtown ...
... and unbent. Don will wonder if he should have bought at all while I will wonder if I bought the right one.
Back to the room, Arjan and Don mucking around with playlists while I hit the diary. Don took off for a walkabout. I had a warm up shower and finished the diary so far plus downloaded the pix to minimize later work post-repast. Put on long pants and dress shoes for our final night in CK. Went to the Two Mary's restaurant for a Bohemian feast, ...
... to really enjoy the peacefulness of Budejovice as Shana and I walked around and just sort of absorbed the town. We walked through the local catherdal which had a photography exhibition that focused on woods around Ceske Budejovice. Also connected to the cathedral is the Dominican cloisters. These were a peaceful if not run down reminder of just how old the town really was. Despite being looking a bit worn I thought they were beautiful and full of experience. ...
... the rafters trying to raft over the canal in one piece, including a boat full of small children and just one adult at the stern. We then headed back to the camper to dry out.
Dinner was nothing special. We thought about playing some sheep’s head, but then we decided that we were all too tired to think much, not to mention no one actually understood the game. We all drifted off to sleep, thinking of our return to ...