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Very nice rooms and good service. There's a wine+gourmet restaurant in there.
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... tourist office opened and I got a better city map, as well as instructions on how to get to Devin Castle- take the bus from the station under the UFO bridge (the non-UFO side). Easy enough. However, Devin castle doesn't open until 10, and the bus left at 9:10, with the next at 11:10 and each hour afterwards. Why they skipped the first bus after it opens is beyond me, but it meant that instead, I went to go see the city museum first.
... is so refreshing!
Sadly, the visit ended much to soon, but not before we decided I would be back for a whole day sometime very soon. Everyone else had already left, so PT and I spent the ride home talking and listening to what the US would call “beach music.” There are few things as relaxing as driving through Austria with a good friend.
We got back to the office around two and worked some before ...
... volunteers on making apple strudel. Of course, those in attendance got a taste, yum, yum! Our daily briefing in the lounge covered details for disembarkation, which reminded us all how soon this magic journey will be coming to an end. But this night still had some memory-making events to participate in. The Captain hosted a cocktail party for a farewell toast. All 52 members of our crew were introduced and applauded. ...
... up the side of the main hill to the highest point in the town. We then climbed the tower atop the mountain and had an awesome view of the surrounding landscape. That night we met a couple guys from Edmonton area and hit the town together. James Dean bar and 5 Story Club were a big hit but getting up the next morning to check out and catch our bus south was not.
Cesky Krumlov was our next stop which was a 3 hour bus ride south of Prague. This beautiful little town ...
... stop eating a jam butty people watching enviously, I escaped in a drizzle without spending any money.
I was up early with a nip in the air to start my exciting ride to Bratislava. The ride was flat under a wipe of cloudless blue as I headed to the city I could see in the distance sat among fluffy green trees on a hill top. I didn't see much but swaggering beautiful girls and a plack reminding me I still had 1231 km to ...