Pension Na Hradbach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... town square, then to lunch at a TripAdvisor recommended cafe on the other side of town. It was a old fashioned little cafe with comfy older-style tub chairs and a Czech only menu. We navigated ourselves towards toasted ham and cheese rolls with hot chocolates and was met with success. As soon as we left lunch we heard the claps of thunder so decided to get the shopping out of the way for lunch and snacks for next 2 days. Lunch was at a recommended bistro for ...
... we were confronted by a huge dam wall so we dropped into the town at the bottom called Solenice which was pretty much shut, as most little towns are at this time of year. We took on the dam as a bit of a training run for the massive hills we'll face later on. Up until now the roads have been good. Unfortunately this 1km hill up about 250m was cobblestones the whole way, just like you see the cyclists going over in the Tour de France. This gave us harsh memories ...
... the forest route' to Orlik Castle which is located on cliffs above the water and in beautiful grounds. We joined a tour of the castle which is owned by the Schwartzenberg family (who seem to be very prominent in this area), the house was beautifully furnished, rooms were colour co-ordinated, some rooms had exquisite woodwork and we all had to wear slippers over our shoes to protect the ...
... any language as far as the kids were concerned. After going in the room where they boil the malt and practically melting we went down to the brewing room which was a freezing 2 degrees for a nice cold beer. Once the tour was over we proceeded back to the van for lunch prior to heading of to our next stopover ...
... table and even ( good grief ) his loo. He was a devoted family man, and his children's bedrooms and playroom are next door to his bedroom. The family always shared meals when they can, and as the guide assured us effusively, he was an excellent father: super-duper.
He was also an adoring husband. He had married Sophie, a lesser Czech aristocrat, in the face of fierce opposition from the Emperor and the highly conservative Austrian aristocracy. This was, as they say, a ...