Before I get too deep and postpone our flights, I would like to share a few images from our wonderful stay and visiting the most romantic medieval town of Stramberk.
Not much is written well about this town in English texts, but the thing to know is that the castle and tower were built sometimes in the 13th century and in 1359 this place was named a town of Stramberk by Jan Jindrich Lucembursky, the brother of the Roman emperor and Czech King, Karel IV.
In the 17th century, the city was attacked many times by the Turks and Hungarians, and even though they did not succede, they used to cut people's ears off according to the history records, which created a very unique pastry being sold in Stramberk, shaped like EARS, this honey pastry is famous! We bought a full bag of them today....loving them!
If you happen to be near by and want to visit and stay in a lovely hotel, where we had lunch today (right under the tower) here is some information:
+420 556 808 843
I hope your spring is as fullfilling as ours and wishing you time to enjoy it!