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7. 3 hr bus to Cesky Krumlov.. Tick.
8. Accommodation booked in Poland not Czech Republic.. Oops.
9. Brendan watching Looney Tunes.. Theme continues.
10. Medieval Town.. Work in progress.
... fabulous ferry contraption powered, apparently, by nothing more than the fast flowing current and a tether across the river. We had a jolly chat with the hairy ferryman, who was all fluffy beard and pig tail, and it was all most relaxing and uplifting. There is something suitably momentous about crossing one of the great rivers of the world on such an unexpected mode of transport.
We barely noticed that we crossed the border the Czech Republic, apart from the worse road, the remnant ...
Our day started with a malfunctioning GPS in the heart of Vienna, a 3 hour drive and a visit to one of the most beautiful spots we have ever laid eyes on, Cesky (CHESS-key) Krumlov.
Vienna Westbanhof - Lunch on the Vltava river - Chesky Krumlov Castle - the Old City - Drive to Ceske Budejovice - Walking tour - Czech wine tasting
Around 8AM we left Hotel Mate Dependance gladly and made our way to the ...
Today we left vienna behind us after the longest stay in any one place on our entire trip, and it was starting to get familiar which just wouldn't do. We aimed for a brewery on the way to prague called Budweiser Budvar. Rumor had it that there was a bit of fire between this bud and the one in the states but it was also supposed to be one of the original and larger breweries in Czech which made it an interesting destination. We left a little later ...
... the Vlatva River. Yanna, our hostess, greeted us warmly and showed us around the camp. She explained that her mother and Aunt love to garden and there are flowers everywhere. Where the flowers are not growing, there are vegetable gardens and fruit trees. After checking in, Lisa noticed that they offered tastes (i.e. shots) of several Czech liquors that we had seen on menus throughout Prague. She asked for a taste of Becherovka, an alcohol made with ...