Well Cesky Krumlov was everything we were hoping for and more!
Our room was pretty cool, which is always a good start.
This place was so well-preserved that it almost felt fake, like it was all set up. Hayden said it felt like sovereign hill, and in real life nobody actually lived here.
We didn't really do a lot here. It was the perfect place to just walk and look around at everything, or to sit for hours in a cafe. Plenty of interesting shops to browse...
A nice treat here has been these sweet, cinnamon-y pastries called Trdelniks. We had one in Prague as well, very yum.
We went up to the Cesky Krumlov castle gardens, which were right up the top of the hill and absolutely beautiful, with avenues of trees that went on forever,
and a big lake up in the corner of the garden, which we had all to ourselves.
We did go on a tour of the Eggenburg Brewery (and met some interesting locals),
but for the most part our time in Cesky Krumlov has been about seeing lots of beautiful sights,
going for long walks,
and puttimg our feet up.
Anyway, I'm so glad we got to visit Cesky Krumlov. It really was as pretty as a picture!