Penzion Kamenne Slunce
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... and a perfect blend of old and modern.
Before dinner we descended to the 13th century wine cellar for a tasting of three local wines. It was quite an experience to be in the cave, with drops of water coming down from the ceiling. The owner of the hotel conducted the festivities with great pride and seriousness. We emerged from the cave, walked a little ways down the street and entered the restaurant where our dinner ...
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 ...
... a well. Dan says it was delicious. Trebic is our overnight stop. We are staying in a UNESCO protected Jewish Quarter which dates from the 1300s. Christians and Jews lived together in Trebic until 1727 when the ruler ordered that the Jews build a separate settlement in the space between the river and the cliff face. There was a vibrant Jewish community until the Nazis deported the entire population to Auschwitz. After the war, 10 Jews returned. The community ...