I'm just back from Chesky Krumlov, a Bohemian medieval town of the UNESCO World Heritage. I was worried that it might be a just toy-like small town and a childlike village festival. No! The people in Krumlov devoted great energy to organizing the sight in thoughtful ways. Medieval music, fire parades (not just a parade!) in days and nights, fireworks with Smetana's music, medieval dance and its lessons (I joined it), human chess in a history play, hard rock in the medieval costume with the medieval instruments (this was great and very cool!); those kinds of stuffs fascinated me so much.
The nice mountainous scenery of the town is really adorable. You may enjoy a morning walk on the river that makes splash in which local people enjoy canoeing. I really wanted to do that, but I didn't bring swimming pants with me this time (Hey! Why not post it on this nice river online?).
I enjoyed a medieval comedy in Chesky that was played by actors come from Prague. Everything was fantastic. Eckebergg beer and trout are a good choice. Fried eel fish tasts delicate. The castle was great. Its theater is really a must see in the world. I have got some good ideas that would be implemented for optimization from the tour at the site. I will update my manuscript with it.
I joined a mass in St. Vit Cathedral that is located in the town center on Sunday. It was a very lovely place to serve at a mass. Father speaks in Latin and Chesky; the former part is not difficult to follow by me. Kids play grounds are also nice. This is the place to visit at least once in you life. Actually, I prefer Krumlov to Venice.