Penzion Petra

Srazna 572, Telc, Bohemia, 58856, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Telc

Trebic

A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks

9

After staying the night not too far from Trebic's town centre, we decided to walked in to take a closer look. Roamed through the main street before heading up a nearby hill overlooking the town. Found a park bench with great views and lazed in the afternoon sun. Before night fall we drove a little further North, and by luck watched an amazing sunset. Pulled up in a rest stop for the night, hoping the clear skies remain and the weather is just as good ...

Telc

A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks

6

... so we did some quick window shopping and happy snaps before taking a walk in the park. The lake was frozen over, so we shared much laughs watching several ducks attempting to walk over it, but majority of the time it ended in them sliding on their bottoms. Too ...

Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary

A travel blog entry by magpie1

13

... nearly ready for harvesting. I have been watching the cars whizz by us - BMW's, Audi's, Mercedes, Das Autos, Alfa Romero, Citroens and every now and again a Toyota or Ford! The cars are amazing. Dave's thinks we should buy a car each, have it transported to the UK leave it with his friend for a year and then have them shipped over. What one should we ...

Character building

A travel blog entry by markshnier

13

... hills and valleys through forest and fields. Just a bit wet. Once we got to the destination town with a completely unpronounceable name (seen in the town name of this post), we did the local castle tour. There were three things of note. The first was that from time to time the serfs revolted. During the Prague Defenestration of 1618, one method of expressing their displeasure was to storm the ...

Touring around Telč (pronounced Telch)

A travel blog entry by markshnier

18

... country names, it flourished and hence theses massive Chateaus survived and were maintained. Basically, these super wealthy extended families made regional alliances though marriage and built these fabulous Chateaus and collected "stuff" to display in them. So on tours we see paintings (of course), but also books, and scientific equipment, fine furniture, porcelain, tapestries and embroidery, and Asian art pieces. It's difficult to ask questions ...

   

TripAdvisor Reviews Penzion Petra Telc

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding