Category Czech Republic

Europe 2014 – Cesky Krumlov – We Ride and Then We Ride Some More

Timeline: September 3rd – 6th The next two days (we decided to stay one more night) would be devoted to enjoying Cesky’s beautiful outdoors and some predicted nice weather. We’d also take advantage of our warm and dry indoor conditions making use of the very slow Wi-Fi (with good coverage I can load a blog […]

Europe 2014 – Cesky Krumlov – A Hidden Gem

Timeline: September 3rd – 6th The drive to Cesky Krumlov took some time, all of it being on small roads with lots of speeding up and slowing down. We stopped in a little town for a bite to eat in the early afternoon, a truck stop of sorts, ordering a hamburger, fries and a coffee, […]

Europe 2014 – Prague – In Search of Distant Memories

Timeline: August 29h – September 2nd Our second day in town would be taken up with a visit to Prague Castle. Perched high atop the city in the Castle Quarter. For more than a thousand years Czech leaders have ruled from Prague Castle. We entered the grounds from Castle Square, the beginning of 1,500 feet […]

Europe 2014 – Prague – How Much Has it Changed?

Timeline: August 29h – September 2nd The drive to Prague went easy, mostly autobahn as we left Germany, then small country roads in the Czech Republic. Toll roads in this country are paid for with a sticker you purchase and place in the car. We stopped at a gas station just inside the country to […]

Europe 1992 – Jessica’s Hungarian Birthday, Part Three

We left on October 18th heading to Prague, figuring it would take us a couple of days of driving as we were going to take smaller roads and make a stop at Aggtelek National Park, which is a couple of hours northeast of Eger.   Aggtelek is the first Hungarian national park to be dedicated to […]