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7. 3 hr bus to Cesky Krumlov.. Tick.
8. Accommodation booked in Poland not Czech Republic.. Oops.
9. Brendan watching Looney Tunes.. Theme continues.
10. Medieval Town.. Work in progress.
... feast that include millet casserole, potatoes, pork and more. I, feeling less adventurous stuck with chicken and potatoes.
The next morning most of us hopped into a van with a trailer of bikes and were dropped off 15kms outside of town in the forest and spent the next 2 hours meandering our way back into town on some very narrow country roads. There was some uphill to enduring in the beginning and then it was ...
... Lol we didn't have sleeping bags or pillows or anything for camping really. Paige and Lindsey went to talk to someone that worked there and they put us in a 20 bed camp style room for just the 4 of us. We were pretty tired by this time and all fell asleep. When we woke up in the morning we saw it had poured throughout the night and it was freezing out so good thing we didn't stay in the teepees! All and all it was a fun adventure and now we are off to ...
... see Deanne's exchange family near St. Polten, Austria after 37 years. Deanne's mother there (Mutti) was 37 when Deanne was there.
She also mentioned that it was St. Martin's Day, a small celebration of the new wines that are ready, kind of like the French Beaujolais. And Winter Is Coming! A man in a red cape on a white horse came in the small square and read an announcement while a traditional band played. Then we HAD to sample the ...
Today we walked the Prague Palace grounds, St Vitus Church and it's tower. It was a lovely day for walking, although it spit rain occasionally. The palace is the largest palace still being used as a residence. (Take that, Windsor Castle!). The palace ground include St Vitus Church, an Orangery, a Sports hall and the gardens.
On route to the Palace we passed the Schwartzenberg Palace which was decorated with ...