We spent 6 days touring the Bohemian area of the Czech Republic here is the map of our trip. We were both overwhelmed with the beauty of the country and the driving was very easy, apart from coming upon a closed road with a warning of 1 mile , which the Czech's seem to do quite often evidently. It was a nightmare getting around it involving an extra 100 mile round trip on twisty country roads which added 3 hours to the already long trip, almost 7 hours driving in all. In the middle of the week my energy level and mood fell sharply, which I didn't understand until I suddenly realised it was lack of magnesium, I hadn't brought any oil with me because we only had carry on luggage which prohibited it. I eventually tracked down a chemist (which are not that prevalent there, I think their main medicine is beer ) and I bought some magnesium supplement tablets, I took a double dose and after 6 hours I was back to normal thank goodness. The most interesting place we visited was Cesky Krumlov a 14th century town which was mainly Jewish at that time, the Nazis seized it during WWII and then in 1945 it fell to the Communists. It's fully restored today and is a great tourist attraction mainly to the Chinese from what we observed. Here are some photos: They still brew beer here and give conducted tours around the ancient brewery, but sadly being Monday it was closed as are most museums in the country.