Cesky Krumlov! Could this be the most fun place to say? Cesky Krumlov, Cesky Krumlov. I can't get enough of it. One thing I don't like is the lack of sleep though. We were up at 5.30am so only a few hours sleep. It was a fair hike to our bus station in Prague so off we went in the darkness over the cobbled roads. Now cobbled roads are beautiful, but not something you want to deal with in the peace & quiet of the morning with one of those carry on bags that you pull along. It was a long way, it was noisy & my hand is still vibrating. Anyways we made it with a few minutes to spare so climbed on board bleary eyed. Their buses are nice & comfy & they have an attendant that goes up & down looking after you for the trip. I managed to drift off a few times however never for long as something would jolt me back awake. Hopefully it wasn't my snoring, that would just be embarrassing, especially without Jac there to poke me in the ribs. We made it to Cesky Krumlov (love it) about 10am & walked through the town. Great more bloody cobblestones! We checked into our digs but had to have a nap for an hour or so as we were both too exhausted to go exploring straight away. We slept for a few hours then it was out to see the place. Cesky Krumlov (you love it too) is a medieval town. It is pretty small but very beautiful. Nestled in a big curve of the Vltava river it's streets are a beautiful confusion of lovely buildings. Towering above it all is the castle. So we had some lunch then climbed the castle tower for stunning views over the town, with me standing as far back from the edge as possible. Then we explored the grounds of the castle, the town & warmed up with mulled wine & coffee. The town is pretty quiet with all the action in the summer by the looks of it. Our hostel is not busy and even the streets have a deserted feel as you wandered around amongst a few other tourists. So we are back resting in the room. Dan sleeping & me catching up on the blogs. Which brings us to right now. We will head out for dinner shortly then wander back up to Cesky Krumlov castle for night photos over Cesky Krumlov. Cesky Krumlov will be even more beautiful in the night than Cesky Krumlov is throughout the day. That's just the sort of place that Cesky Krumlov is, much more than a name that is a pleasure to say. It's old, & it's beautiful, & even though it is cold I think it may just lose something over summer as the crowds descend on Cesky Krumlov. Once again we are up early for the bus ride back to Prague tomorrow & our flights back to Londontown. These days have gone by way too quick. Cesky Krumlov!