We're almost there! By the end of this week the blog will be up to date, I hope so...
Meanwhile, a few more pictures of the trip. This time, here are pictures of Cesky Krumlov. This is a small town in southern Czech Republic, listed by UNESCO as World Heritage Site. Surrounded by the river Vltava, the one which crosses Prague, the city has remained virtually unchanged (some restoration here and there, after a major flood in 2002) since medieval times. Even the hotel we stayed in was a Jesuit monastery dated from 13th century.
This was also the colder place throughout the trip. It was still fall and the thermometers marked -2 °C. Wonderful!
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