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... remember the Cesky Krumlov photos. When we were her 20 years ago, NO ONE around the square spoke ONE word of English. Now it's a real tourist destination.
Castle tour tomorrow and graphite mine tour on Friday. Rain expected both days for both days.
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... good to be out and walking.
We arrived back in town, had lunch, and went to find the synagogue in town. The building was open, so we went in, and found a lovey sanctuary and a little museum which gave the history of the family who started the synagogue. The museum was small, but very engaging and informative. Now the building is used for concerts.
... bicyclists while attempting to navigate a labyrinth of one-way streets and decipher foreign street signs often makes being behind the wheel the most adventurous portion of any vehicular journey. I'm pretty sure I had an entire avenue of angry European motorists laying on their horns and cursing at the "idiot American tourist" at one point. And that was just getting out of the parking lot. With Mark as my trusty co-pilot, we eventually managed to safely get ourselves out of ...
... town, then this is exactly it. I recently re-watched the movie "Hostel" and it actually was featuring this exact town! Quite spooky.
I finally ate the famous fried cheese there at a small restaurant just outside the main square, and it is delicious, but oh so fat. Kindof like a hangover meal I suppose.
The next morning I woke up at 7h30am and got to visit the town and the castle without any tourists around. It actually felt amazing to be the only one ...
... border the difference is very apparent. Cross border shopping was a big thing before the Czech Republic joined the EU. Ghostly reminders of open air markets, ads for casinos and bars welcome you. The farms are not as well cared for either. It is apparent that, in this part of the Republic anyway, people are not well off.
Our guide made an interesting comment about the (mostly vacant) market stalls. Apparently they were run ...