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... there was to see as we were very limited in language, and being a smaller town there wasn’t too much assistance for English speakers – German is the second language for most Czechs, so we decided to move on and be more mindful in future of those pesky details, like
We were so glad we decided to move to another destination we we arrived in Cesky Krumlov....stay tuned!
... Finally arriving in Cesky Krumlov there was a long walk into town ( about 35 mins) but needing exercise after the last few hours Beaver set off. Once the corner was turned at the top of the hill the Beaty if the town revealed itself. Wow! Once through the gate into the old town it reminded Beaver of Rothenburg in Germany where she had last been with her beloved Slug. Tired and hungry, she ate and retired to her room, which was hot but a vast improvement on the night ...
Plzen (or Pilsen) in the Czech Republic was the last place to visit on this vacation. Pilsen is the Culture Capital of Europe this year and certainly worth it. The center is pretty with many historic buildings and a park that forms a ring around it. The city is best known for its for beer. It was ...
... town here in the Czech Republic.
Even more bafflingly, we had read that Plzen had been named European City of Culture 2015??!
It wasn’t until we wandered towards the centre, that we realised that there was in fact not just this scary looking place, with dilapidated shop fronts, very dodgy looking people hanging out at bus stops and kebab shops as far as the eye could see but also a historical centre. Well, I guess this ...
... rather unceremoniously, into the Czech Republic, pulling into the first petrol station to plot our course to Loket on the new App and buy a highway ticket.
With no Crowns in our pockets we had to pay for the ticket in Euro and really had no idea how much the 300 Crown would equate to. 12 Euro was the answer, so feeling like kings in this new country we ventured ...