EA Hotel Na Jezere
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- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Horni Plana
7. 3 hr bus to Cesky Krumlov.. Tick.
8. Accommodation booked in Poland not Czech Republic.. Oops.
9. Brendan watching Looney Tunes.. Theme continues.
10. Medieval Town.. Work in progress.
... the stucco is washed away. St. Stephen's Cathedral was almost completely burned in the 17th century and there is a small part of the Baroque style that is left and the new addition was more of the Rococo (?) period - very ornate also, but not as guilded. The Bishop's Residence is near the church but now is only used for visiting dignitaries or parties for the ...
... us get bikes onto the train, then got angry as were weren’t getting the bikes up fast enough. We were causing a delay! Oh my!
Train had a storage area for bikes which made it easy and we paid for the bikes on the train. Don’t know why we couldn’t buy their tickets at the station. To give the conductor something to do I guess after chuckling about us nearly getting onto the wrong train. 1 hour to Horni Plana ...
... in the recent floods. The most challenging rapids came straight after this weir in the section below the castle. The kayak in front of us tipped over but it was no problem in the raft. Only issue was that we were paying so much attention to what we were doing we forgot to look at the castle as we floated by.
Our trip was supposed to be about 4 hours and we were told that there was a stop that would be a good checkpoint ...
... and there we went for a walk down the Bode river which passes between two steep cliffs in its own little valley. After that we took a cable car up the mountain to the top where we could overlook much of the Harz and the surrounding area. We also rode on a german 'Rodelbahn', a wicked downhill rollercoaster type thing. Sitting in a little plastic bobsled thing you were taken down a metal track to the bottom of of the hill, the only control you have is a break to ...