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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.
So, you think your imagination has ventured to see amazing sights in your creative mind....and then you arrive at Cesky Krumlov, a medieval town surrounded by high stone walls, perched on top of a hill, with cobble stone streets, original architecture. Quaint little pubs, patisseries, and jewelry shops line the walk ways. Fun facts and history (just quick)...This little gem is a UNESCO World Heritage site...taking my tallie up to 4 this trip ...
... dry!!). Sitting up front, the first one looked a bit daunting, but as we manoeuvred our way to the small opening I sat back and let go, and whoosh we were down, and we were upright. There was a bit of a splash, but we managed not to capsize! It was a bit like riding a tiny roller coaster but add water! By the time we got to the last weir, I felt like we were experts, and it actually turned out to be the tamest of all of them. I am sure the river conditions were pretty mild, as I had ...
... down narrow streets and admiring the painted walls, nearly every house has painted decorations on it, as usual it is cobbles all the way. We went into St.Vitus church which was another beautiful place of worship and continued climbing up until we had a great vantage point to see the city below. Of course there are many lovely little shops selling everything from marionettes to amber jewellery, we bought another porcelain mug this ...
... amazing. I could of sat listening to it all night but we decided to head off to a livelier pub.
According to my map the Travellers Bar was the place to be but when we arrived there were only 5 other people there. We sat for a while but decided to call it a night not long afterwards.
On my only full day in Cesky I met Christine at the castle gates. We walked up along the wall to the lookout and the castle gardens which had really well manicured hedges. We ...