Clarion Congress Hotel Ostrava
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Balint, my car guy, decided that we should leave the snow tires on the Opel until we get back from this trip since the weather is "calculable". Given that this is the second day with snow, he is correct. Clearly now that I am back in the homeland, my "snow god" powers have returned. When I lived in Colorado, it was guaranteed that if I went over 10,000 ft it would snow that day, so I was awarded "snow god" status by my friends. After leaving Colorado, ...
... with Bicycle Way signs. Then we entered Cesky Tesin, the last Czech town before Poland. Actually it's part of a twin city, Cesky Tesin on one side of the river and the Polish Cieszyn on the other. We walked our bikes over the bridge, no passport check required and we were in Poland! Then turned right, headed up to the town square (GPS directive) and entered this big, quite speccy looking town square. We were both dying for a cold drink, headed for a cafe dreaming of a large ...
42kms.... AM - Last night we pulled out the slightly old, well used GPS unit that Tomas gave us in Vienna & decided to give it a try today. He said each days route had been entered into each of two GPS units he gave us. Well fired up one unit this morning, it worked, found today's route, it worked, put it on the bike & set off, it worked!!! Just had to follow the arrow on the compass background and voila, no problems in any little village or crossroad, ...
... Lana was still recovering lower down in the car park, made a 200BC coin in their blacksmith area on 17th century machinery? They host a World Annual blacksmith convention in the old castle (note - Peter Stoncius) and some of their art work is hung around the walls of the castle. Nothing could go wrong now, simple exit from the castle car park, head east on a forestry road straight to our overnight stay in Teplice nad Becvou. But, yes somehow I did it ...
... and as a way to provide adequate living spaces including indoor plumbing (and sometimes balconies) for families. During the Soviet regime construction was simplified using premade sections transported to the site. We stopped for lunch in Stramberk, a charming mountain village with several restaurants and shops. Four of us lunched in a cafe, walked around town, and tried ...