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On our way to Munich we stopped at KrumlovCesky, a 13th century Unesco listed town and castle. Just magical!
... search of a very late lunch/early dinner. The Castle and it’s renaissance tower dominated the skyline and around pretty much every corner there was something beautiful (and old) to see. I found a vegetarian restaurant that the lonely planet (and my hostel owner) had recommended and sat on the banks of the river eating an Indian vegetable curry and felt guilty that I wasn’t eating something with bread/potatoes or dumplings in it! But it was delicious and the ...
... used to have all the Money. (Details provided by Elfi who was sitting next to me until now!)
We had a lovely lunch in a Restaurant near the river, a HUGE plate called a Vegetarian Feast.
No Need to describe the biological effects of all that roughage on the 'Evans constitution! The air Pollution above Austria has multiplied overnight!
A Long hot day but very interesting
PS Sorry about the ...
... day)which was sad to see. We hoped things would feel a little different once we were in the town. It was quite amazing how quickly everything felt so different form Austria. It was unkempt, rundown and didn't feel like a nice place to be. Cesky Krumlov was not far across the border so we were soon looking for our accommodation. We quickly found it, in a very narrow street, where we managed to find a spot to pull over while Ro went to find someone so we could check ...
... to stumble into for a laugh. After we had walked around some more we went back to Cesky Budjovice, where the weather definitely turned as the evening went on. Even though the weather wasn't great, we had a nice apartment to relax in. After a busy few days we were all quite happy to lay low for a while. Cesky Budjovice was actually really nice also and it had a beautiful old square (similar to Cesky Krumlov ith the same style of ...