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Great place to stay. Excellent breakfast and service there and the rooms are great. Nice family run Penzion
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By Bruce in Le Tour Training!
Bike hire day at Cesky Krumlov. Time to smash the legs!
Expeditionz talked themselves up as having great bikes. Not the case. After hiring two bikes, tried them out and they were small, even for Melinda! I rode my "big" bike two metres and gave up as my legs were hitting the handlebars! Got money …
... countryside with little villages doted among the green hills and paddocks. The time went very quick as there was so much to see. We arrived and it truely took our breath away. It was a gorgeous little village and our hotel was in the main square. You will see from the photos that it has a true village feel. There were Christmas markets in the square which created a very nice atmosphere! We checked in to hotel ...
... 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 ...
... of plywood and a flat pillow), we arose to see the town. We visited the Cesky Krumlov Castle which has a rather magnificent, colourful turret and a few fat pet bears living in the (now dry) moat. Unfortunately the interior of the castle was closed for the season, but we were able to walk inside the inner bailey to look down on views of the town below (which we started to affectionately call "The Krums").
Feeling robbed of the ability to visit a ...
... hotel, very good and surprisingly cheap: 28 euros for the three of us, or 768 Czech Korunas. We spent two days trying to remember how to say "Prosim" and "Dekuju", please and thank you, practicing in eateries and shops, to the amusement of the locals.
We spent most of Wednesday wandering the old town, shopping and eating and taking more photos.
Back to the hotel by 4:30 to catch the shuttle service which would take us to Salzburg.