Později odpoledne jsme jeli autem do Českého Krumlova, kde se mimo jiné konaly oslavy osvobození města americkou armádou, proto můj svetr tak hezky ladí s americkou vlajkou :-) Krásné historické město má své kouzlo, které ani popsat nelze. Báječný zážitek!
V neděli jsme navštívili stezku korunami stromů, která je zakončena 40 metrovou vyhlídkovou věží. Nahoru jsme vyjeli lanovkou. Bylo docela chladno a dost foukal vítr, ale nám to nevadilo, protože ten zážitek stál za to. Naštěstí jsem měla s sebou i zimní čepici a bundu. Z věže se nám naskytl fantastický výhled na téměř celou část Lipenského jezera, okolí Šumavy, Novohradské hory a Alpy. Je tam i nejdelší suchý tobogán v České republice (52m).
During the second May weekend, we visited with my family Cesky Krumlov and its surroundings. It was more active this time. We enjoyed especially cycling. We stayed in a very nice guesthouse U Terezky in Frymburk. On Friday we went mainly cycling, and also on Saturday morning. We took ferry to get us on the other bank of the lake from Frymburk. Then we were cycling about 20 kilometers on the cycle path around the Lipno lake back to Frymburk. It rained a bit, but we were in good mood. In Lipno we took a break for a delicious lunch.
Later in the afternoon we went by car to Cesky Krumlov, where among others the celebration of the liberation of the US Army took place. Therefore, my sweater resembles to the American flag :-) Cesky Krumlov is a beautiful historical city and it has its own charm that cannot be even described. Wonderful experience!
On Sunday, we visited the trail treetops with 40-foot observation tower. We rode the cable car up. It was quite cold and quite windy, but we did not mind because the experience was worth it. Luckily enough I had with me a winter cap and a jacket. From the tower we could see fantastic views of almost the whole of the Lipno Lake, near the Šumava, Novohradské mountains and the Alps. There is also the longest dry toboggan in the Czech Republic (52 meters).