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    Bartholomew’s Cobble

    What exactly is a cobble? God if I know. I tried Googling it before I wrote this blog post and the dictionary only relates this to either a cobbler or a cobblestone. Perhaps this place is named after it’s stones? I have no idea. Anyway, welcome to Bartholomew’s Cobble! I bet you didn’t think I’d be checking anything off my bucket list during covid. To be honest, I didn’t think I would either. Here’s the low down. Dave and I were meant to travel to Maine for our anniversary, which was in early June. We were gutted when we had to cancel our trip. I was so sad about the…

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    Karlštejn Castle

    Bucket List Items #141 Karlštejn Castle Karlštejn, Czech Republic If you asked Dave he would say this was just another castle. If you asked me I would say every castle is unique. Sure, this wasn’t the most glamorous we’ve seen. It wasn’t extravagant and bejeweled, but that doesn’t make it any less special. The castle was founded in 1348 by the king of Bohemia Charles IV and was my first truly medieval castle experience. Well, technically not my first one, but this castle was how I would truly picture something from the time. It had the square just inside the castle walls, a proper guard post lining the walls (banners…