On the second day in Cesky Krumlov we took a tour inside of the castle and we learned about the wealth families in the fourteenth and seventeenth century who owned the castle. For the rest of the afternoon we were allowed to explore the city one last time by ourselves and experience the European lifestyle. We continued exploring the small shops. Some of my favorites were a soap shop of oils and special creams that were made in the city, a purse shop that made hand painted bags and wallets each with a different and intricate design, and also a gingerbread shop that sold hand-molded gingerbread cookies and scented soaps and oils and gingerbread flavored beers and chocolate. Before we left we had one last coffee at small cafe next to the river. By the end of the trip I knew the roads and streets like the back if my hand- I felt like a local.