Hostel Fleda Brno
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On Monday morning, at 9 o'clock, people who were going to Vienna had to meet at the but station, student agency bus, in Brno.The bus was leaving at 9:30. 30 people, including teachers, were going to Vienna. Before we entered to the bus, we all had to give our passports to the teacher's hand. It took us around 2 hours to get o Vienna from Brno. On the way to Vienna, the bus stopped at the gas station to refuel. The bus gave us possibility ...
... TV shows such as Friends and Frasier. (No smoking on board) no, I would draw the line at that. There will be a steward / stewardess who will bring you a free cup of tea / coffee and a free newspaper. Without trying to freely advertise Student Agency I'd definitely recommend them. Look out for big yellow buses. Apparently they also operate trains and other travel services.
... as the hardest prison in Europe. Now it is a museum and the castle is used for theatre productions. There were lovely views from the castle walls and the weather was warm and
Tuesday 9th September 2014
BRNO, Southern Moravia
Luggage loaded into the Vito, we headed off to Brno. We stopped at Gyor on the way for morning tea.
Brno is the second largest city (Prague being the largest), in the Czech Republic but still has a village feel about it. Using the GPS, we found our accommodation ...
... bells an hour early at 11am and the Swedish army missed the trick and spared Brno (or so the story goes).
We sat inside and admired the church. It had 7 beautiful stained glass windows, but you can only see 3 from the pews. On our way back, we wandered through the Denis Gardens and Fortification wall circuit. This is a very lively young town with 80,000 students (out of a population of 400,000) attending various universities here.