Pension Telc No. 20
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... After the soup the entertainment began-four local musicians who played Czech folk songs, renaissance songs, Slovak tunes, American blues and folk songs. It was a great addition to a traditional Czech dinner of roast pork and rice. We were charged to guess the ages and occupations of the musicians-our table came the closest and we won the prizr of a CD. It was a joyful evening, and we all walked home with smiles on our faces.
We love this resort so much that we decided to stay another day and night. The photos of Pocatky were taken from a 16th. century bell tower. We were inside at 12 noon but the bells didn't ring. Thank goodness.
Photo of the time keeper's "nest" are included.
We both had massages today.
Left our Prague apartment this morning and drove to this fitness resort. Foot massage for 2 (that's people not feet) at 6 PM. Horseback riding at 10 AM, full body massage at 2 and Jacuzzi at 7:30 tomorrow. We should really be relaxed by Tuesday!!
Great weather, great time.
D & B
... stopped literally in the middle of nowhere (Kotolec U Jihlavy) to wait an hour for the connecting train to Telc.
We could hardly believe it when we stepped off the train at KUJ - there was only the train station, 6 dusty gravel platforms and a waiting room (60's design with formica tables) and that was it. No food, no town in sight, we were wondering if our journey to Telc was to the end of the Czech Republic.
Regardless, our next ...
... houses, all but 4 have survived. Hotel Joseph is the renovation and combination of 5 separate houses. UNESCO requires that the original roof line, structure etc be retained. As a result, no two rooms in the hotel are alike and the interior has many levels. In the renovation, a mikveh (a Jewish ritual bath) was found in the basement and has been retained in its original form. We visited 2 synagogues. One has been deconsecrated and the other is used by a ...