Pension Baltazar

Address: Husova 44, Mikulov, Moravia, 692 01, Czech Republic | Hotel
 
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      Not even one day trip to CZ

      A travel blog entry by blondieonthego on Aug 28, 2014

      Again and again, every week-end opportunity I use to get off Vienna and drive to CZ. So here I am!
      Yesterday at night I arrived. Today I was shopping (of course) and will going for linner (neither lunch, nor dinner) with a friend of mine in Znojmo.
      Around 6 p.m. I’ll be driving home to Vienna for a shooting and meeting my best friend.

      xo,

      Blondie ��
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      Castle magic & Late start!

      A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 15, 2014

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      40 Kms.... AM - We had the morning to look around Mikulov, which was a quaint little village. Had a look at the village square then the castle on the hill (no princess's in there today Adele)! Took a guided tour of the castle with English language headphones, the whole complex was set on fire by the Germans as they left at the end of WW2 so the interior has been redone but is not genuine. By then it was time to head back ...

      The Amber Trail!

      A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 14, 2014

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      ... hot on the road, around 27C today. Then we quietly slipped over the border into the Czech Republic, well there's no real border or guards now so we just rode past the border sign, a bit like riding from SA into Victoria. Had to find this paved road which was used by the Czech Border police in the Iron Curtain days, a bit tricky, but we looked through Tomas' trillion instructions and we found it and cycled 7 kilometres along it ...

      Into the Abyss

      A travel blog entry by catfeet on Jul 09, 2014

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      ... I came prepared with gloves, woollen jumpers and scarves. Seemed to keep humming "Small World" for no good reason that we could think of (?).

      After exiting the cave we took the cable car to the top of the Abyss to the top viewing area, enjoyed lunch at the café, then walked down to a lower viewing area and finally back to the road train. After connecting with the train back to Brno we arrived home after ...

      And now for something completely different?

      A travel blog entry by catfeet on Jul 08, 2014

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      ... br> On every square there is a church but it is a fact that the Czech population is not religious, they are however spiritual!. It turns out that the Czech people lost all interest in religion when it became a political ploy by those in power to manipulate the people. So why are there so many churches? Don't know and probably won't find out until we learn some Czenglish. Probably won't happen this ...