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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.
... staying in a room on the top floor for one night. To get to the room we had to climb three flights of stairs. It didn't take us long to decide we would leave our bags in the car and only bring up a few items for the evening. The room is is surprisingly well appointed and large with an ensuite. The bed is firm as has been the case in a lot of the places we have stayed to date.
After a short meet and greet, we headed down to the village about a ten minute walk away. ...
... the castle was modified in the Baroque and the Rococo style. Unfortunately, it was raining heavily so sightseeing was a little restricted but along with Grant & Saeko we went across the foot bridge from the town and climbed up to the castle. This was well worth the effort as views of the town from the castle walls ...
... at 8 to have dinner, but since Max and I had eaten already we just got dessert. The dinners looked really good, most people split the bohemian feast with either pheasant or chicken and it had millet, dumplings, ham and a salad. I had a Zech cake and I e cream with bananas and blueberries and egg liqueur. It was yummers! I sure am eating my way across my trip, but I had to tighten my belt a notch, so all this walking is sure paying ...
... there are skins all over the Castle in very good nick! There is also a very big bright gold Carriage in one of the room (gilded with one kg of gold leaf). It was used only once, in 1600s to go from Rome to the Vatican, a distance of only 3kms! It was built so that the owner could present the credentials for the new emperor to the Pope. The inside of the carriage was filled with presents for the Pope, plus 12 little boys accompanied the carriage ...