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Travel Blogs from Ceske Budejovice
When we got up this morning, the clouds were grey and it was cold - even though the top for the day was meant to be 29. We decided that it wasn't great weather for kayaking, and instead decided to do the free tour that started in the main square. The tour guide was pretty funny, making amusing jokes as we went and telling legends that may or may not be true. He took our group to some nice parts of the town that we hadn't visited, he talked about how Cesky Krumlov used to be two towns ...
Saturday 5 July 2014 Cesky Krumlov
Mostly Sunny 24C
The boutique hotel we are staying in provides breakfast which is a simple spread including cheeses, meats, rolls and chocolate muesli in a cave under the 15th Century building. We give it a thorough workout each day....
We decided our first activity today would be a city tour at 10.30 which is conducted in English.Our guide Oli (a lovely lady) took us for 90 minutes around the ...
... have taken a break midway, because by the time we arrived both Jess and I were tired and sore. The traffic started to bank up, parking was tricky, and we ended up at an expensive Italian place for lunch - but we were too tired to search out a better place. We ordered cheap (bruschetta), then loaded back up and headed out. I must say I'm not a big fan of large cities. We crossed the bridge and head north towards the Czech border. Quaint little Austrian towns faded into ...
... 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. ...
... a restored castle town. The castle is atop the hill as we start our walk to the hostel. The buildings and streets transport one back in time.
We have drinks at bar that is cave-like then dinner in a neat, tiny, inn-like restaurant (Two Mary's) with homemade courses, otherwise known as the Bohemian Feast. Food was only marginal but the atmosphere was nice. The town is very pretty by night. It is way off season ...
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- Free parking