We are here on the shoulder of the shoulder season. It’s so quiet, minimal tour groups, many pensiones closed already for the season. Restaurants have few people for the most part. When dinner time rolled around, after a steep climb up to Our Lady of Sorrows Chapel (more on that later), we strolled around determined to find a place with energy. We were rewarded with The Gypsy Bar.
The light lager was a perfect accompaniment to the salty smoked ham, cabbage, and potato pancakes. A traditional Czech meal for sure.
After that gut buster of a meal, a post dinner perambulation was definitely in order. Česky Krumlov is beautiful at night.
Hello! Once again, I appreciate you including music — too small for dancers! — and this wonderful evidence that the planning that went into a trip of this length and magnitude, didn’t take 5 minutes ! You had quite a geography lesson putting this together. Do you have a photo (or maybe when you return — and you’re having such a fine time, you may never) of a map of Eastern/Central Europe with your route circled out like they do in the front of books sometimes ? That would be fun to see. Take care and thanks again, Susan
I’ll do that Susan! Thanks for your comments and the suggestion!
Lovely! This is very near where Kent’s Bohemian ancestors came from. I’ve looked at walking the Czech Greenway. Loved the gypsy bar!
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