The town, which was built around the castle, was so fun and cheery. I just loved all the bright yellow, green, and orange buildings. They can't help but make you happy. We ate in this restaurant (the tall yellow building) for lunch. The food was actually really good, but I'm pretty sure we got taken advantage of (we had to pay a lot more for a lot less food) because we were such a big tourist group.
After the castle we headed to Karlovy Vary, the spa town. There, we toured the Becherovka factory and then went to find the mineral waters. We found them dispersed throughout a colonnade in the center of the city. After sipping one, we determined they tasted like salty blood and we could probably do without their healing powers. But the town was picturesque nonetheless and a good way to spend the end of our day trip.
Tomorrow it's off to Budapest, Hungary until Monday. Have a good weekend!