Pension Na Hradbach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... all been very helpful and eager to make your stay enjoyable. Pisek is a really impressive town, and we were lucky that we got in early enough to enjoy the sites. Pisek has charming cafes, lots of beautiful old buildings in the centrum, and especially baroque houses that are very ornate and well maintained. Most of the centre is cobblestones and no cars, giving it that small town, European friendly appeal, just what we like to see. We headed out through ...
... 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 ...
We were impressed with Camp Matyas where we stayed near Prague and would recommend it to other travellers - close to the station, clean facilities, good restaurant with cheap, home cooked and good quality food and lots of little extra touches throughout including one free return train journey to Prague. Our short journey to Orlik was uneventful and the only thing of note was the road FROM ...
... 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 ...