Clarion Congress Hotel Ostrava
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Kousek od domečku, kde bydlí Lucka s manželem, Bedřichem a Vilémem, teče Ostravice a pár metrů po proudu jsou i malé peřeje a skokanská deska. Patricie to ještě nijak neocenila, příští léto to bude určitě ...
... some still tied in pretty little braids, that were shaved off before everyone was gassed. Or the tiny baby shoes, or the reading glasses of the old people, or the thousands upon thousands of suit cases - emptied and no longer needed. Just everyday ordinary things, taken from people and discarded. Their possessions were oddly treated better than the people - they survived.
My Grandfather served in WWII, and both of my parents were alive during the war, ...
... houses or rather apartment blocks built during the years of communism. When the state took over the land of the peasants many were forced into the cities to live. Many did not see this as a hardship as they now had electricity and running water etc. I did not realize but these were prefab buildings constructed in one area and assembled on site for the most part. After about 2.5 hours we stopped at a freeway stop with a MacDonald's and a ...
... 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 "uncalculable". 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 ...
... finding a website announcing the dates for the year before and finding out the hard way - turning up and it being empty.
This downfall I would say is the biggest downfall in the whole country - the websites tend to be only in Czech, hard to navigate and with poor information quality.
But hey, if you brave it out here people in information centres (which are in every little village) will help and they all speak English.
Happy travelling peeps.