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Nadrazni 159/21, Ceske Budejovice, Bohemia, 37001, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ceske Budejovice

Paddling to Prague

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen


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 ...

Flat out in Cesky Krumlov

A travel blog entry by catfeet


... barley beer was more profitable so they combined the two towns by building a bridge.

Today, Krumlov is a popular tourist town and the Czech people come to holiday and take rafts and small boats down the river during summer. We watched the parade of paddlers of which there were hundreds, many enjoying a pub crawl or boozy lunch along the way as they visit many pubs and drink much beer.

When you cross the bridge to the Castle you can look down to where ...

Three Borders in a Day

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen


... the ride, I found a bakery for some breakfast. The presumed owner was hilariously eager for us to buy and enjoy everything she made, immediately wanting to know if she could make us a ham and cheese croissant before we'd even sat down. We replied that we'd just like to start with cups of tea, she was over enthusiastically delighted with our choice, then eagerly pressed for us to try home made apricot pastries. From Salzburg we did a long two-and-a-half hour stint to Linz. ...

Budweis - The Original

A travel blog entry by jkloewen

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... owned the knife store and the lady (the only one who spoke English) told how her husband makes the knives and puts the unique designs on them. She also told us how every Czech probably had this certain fish knife at one point when they were young. The fish knife tradition went back 113 years. They were very warm and friendly people.

We spent the rest of the day walking around Budweis and enjoying our last night there.


The real home of Budweiser

A travel blog entry by valaryr


... It was located pretty close to the town center, but the town was so small that this still meant we were out in the sticks. We tried to give our name to the receptionist to find the reservation, but he only spoke Russian. I tried writing the name for him, writing the confirmation number, explaining in Spanish/English/basic German... nothing. We finally came to the conclusion that he did not have our reservation at ...

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