Restaurant & Design Hotel Noem Arch

Cimburkova 9, Brno, Moravia, 612 00, Czech Republic | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Cimburkova 9, Brno, is near Tugendhat Villa (Vila Tugendhat), Old Town Hall (Stara Radnice), Zoo Brno, and Moravian Gallery (Moravska Galerie).
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Restaurant & Design Hotel Noem Arch Brno

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    Travel Blogs from Brno

    The Moravian Karst journey

    A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 16, 2014

    14 photos

    ... in these caves, we're having a look tomorrow! Had the ritual shower & clothes wash, went for a walk then had dinner in the hotel. The meals were giant sized, I took a photo of the meals but took a blurry photo so you won't get to see the gigantic meals. But you can see my desert! Well, that wraps it up for today, a report tomorrow on the cave tour! And we have another long ride tomorrow, 60 kms coming ...

    Castle magic & Late start!

    A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 15, 2014

    19 photos

    ... nor tail of our map! Our driver had no English so was no help, got it sorted and headed off to the village of Ivan were we had lunch. PM - From here on to Brno it was tiny village after village, headers going full bore in the wheat crops and tractors towing trailers full of wheat off to, who knows where! Village names were beyond normal comprehension; Vranovice, Zabcice, Zidlochovice, Rajhradice & etc. We made up ...

    The Amber Trail!

    A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 14, 2014

    12 photos

    ... hot on the road, around 27C today. Then we quietly slipped over the border into the Czech Republic, well there's no real border or guards now so we just rode past the border sign, a bit like riding from SA into Victoria. Had to find this paved road which was used by the Czech Border police in the Iron Curtain days, a bit tricky, but we looked through Tomas' trillion instructions and we found it and cycled 7 kilometres along it ...

    Beauty in the details

    A travel blog entry by rotarygse on May 18, 2013

    6 photos

    ... effective but sometimes the eye sees more than the lens - or at least differently. At any rate I also spent a few moments out of the light rain at a sidewalk cafe in Freedom Square. A distinctive building on the square was one of the first in central Europe to utilize wrought iron. The balconys and details were especially well detailed as the owner of the building also owned the local ironworks. Good marketing!

    Rob
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    Czech countryside and no mishaps

    A travel blog entry by faithfog on May 19, 2012

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... want to know about the sites, read a guidebook. I’ll just give you my
    impressions. Loved the Czechs. Very helpful. Found that they don’t smile a lot but especially the young ones are helpful and know pretty good English.

    Darcy, as usual, had made a real attempt to learn Czech before coming and it was very helpful. She was good because she paid attention to getting the pronunciation right.

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