Hostel Merlin

Address: Kajovska 59, Cesky Krumlov, Bohemia, Czech Republic | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Kajovska 59, Cesky Krumlov, is near Cesky Krumlov Castle and House of Jakub Krcin.
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    Travel Blogs from Cesky Krumlov

    Austria here we come!

    A travel blog entry by sgcb on Aug 08, 2015

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    ... has the nail marks!! And we arrived. Very late in the day but only a day early. The receptionist must have thought we were just mad. Despite my best suggestions of finding a local hotel for the night a spare pitch was found. No real bed :-( So we pitched at warp factor 8. Our Dutch neighbours kindly offered to help but being truly British we declined and cracked on while the winds got up, the thunder cracked and the lightening flashed. Thankfully there ...

    Really, Who needs to book?

    A travel blog entry by dinoshona on Mar 06, 2010

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    ... the most obvious approach. We secured our 1pm tickets and hunkered down next to our packs, just willing the minutes to pass.

    By the time our bus arrived we were nearly frozen. Now before you ask, Why we stood there and didn't found somewhere warm? Was that between our luggage and the fact that there wasn't actually anything near by. We really didn't have much or a choice.

    After a 3 hour bus ride we finally made it to a beautiful, dusted in white, little Cesky ...

    Slovakia....hmmmmmm!

    A travel blog entry by fnumena on Sep 03, 2008

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    ... hoping we'd find another campervan with a jack.(ours unbelievably was only 800kg-way too small to even attempt it) found it no problem, looked like a great site, only trouble was it also looked like it's been closed down a year or two!! Feeling the desperation growing as the darkness was falling, suffering communication difficulties everywhere, rapidly running out of options for ways to sort the tyre or anywhere to stay the night. We were driving round in ever decreasing circles the ...

    New lands...

    A travel blog entry by kps1967 on Sep 04, 2000

    ... a walking tour and generally enjoyed being there as it has to be one of the most incredible cities in Europe. The skyline is filled with the medieval, and you can almost feel that you are back in the days of horse drawn carriages. The streets are mostly cobble stone. It has changed a lot since we were there in the early 90s though. Gone are the wooden sausage ...