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Travel Blogs from Frydek-Mistek
... was great. Our guide, Marijan, gave us a comprehensive overview of the history and architectural styles of this part of Europe which was very helpful. We could see several cities and towns from the highway and very noticeable were large apartment complexes painted in a variety of colors. These utilitarian complexes were built post WW I, partly as a reaction to overly decorated ...
... said to roam the lands. Every step on the stairs in the cabin will either give you a splinter or will break under your footsteps. And if you think that isn't enough, the heroes live near Deathfroste, which is a place where the most horrific creatures live. The 2 future heroes will later on then be living in a palace! Who knows, later on, they could be the chosen ones and defeat the Evil King, Zorblack!
First place of conflict...
Of course, ...
... Well she saved me from most of the hurt. I've had this weird calm understanding about my life and what had happened to my sister and i. I just didn't feel the hurt that most think i should or would feel. But i will say this trip has been very eye opening for me. I discovered that i am part Polish and Austrian on my grandfathers side. I didn't think i had Polish roots. That was pretty incredible. I did find out that my great grandfather was an SS officer in the German ...
... a maccas breakfast, and on zero sleep, trudged half an hour to our hotel. We arrived a bit after 10am. No rooms available. We sat, we waited. We got in a room around 1 and slept until 3.30pm. We headed into old town for dinner, and enjoyed a delicious Polish feast. The Polish Platter had Schnitzel, sausage, roast potato, black pudding and a spicy sauce. Nat chose an excellent pork knuckle. The beer wasn't bad ...
... a breath taking view of the city and distant mountains (the Jeseniky Mountains) awaited us.
On the way home we learned a popular children's rhyme: "Sláva nazdar výletu, nezmokli jsme, už jsme tu." It roughly translates to "It was a successful trip; we didn't get wet (or it didn't rain), we had fun, and we're already back!" I will be saying this rhyme about my time here in the Czech Republic all too soon.
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center