Grand Hotel Jihlava
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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After leaving Dresden we headed to Prague. Once again Ruth and I missed a photo opportunity crossing the Czech border. We arrived in Prague mid afternoon. Quite a busy town. We were staying close to the old city and could walk down town. A very impressive, lovely old city with beautiful buildings. Gary and I booked a guided tour for the second day. We were picked up from our hotel and driven up to the castle. Walked around the castle for ...
... opravdu hodně. Celých 75 tisíc km bez nehody a nějaké větší poruchy mluví za své. Jednou nám však naše auto dalo lekci, to když nám při dlouhém sjezdu z hor Sierra Nevady v Kalifornii do pouště na východním úpatí hřebene hořely brzdy. To bylo v létě, kdy s námi cestoval Michal s Evou. Naštěstí jsme to dolů nějak ještě ubrzdili a bezpečně sjeli. Nicméně na pumpě ...
... a neighboring village called Horky where we took a train to Svetla nad Sazavou (a town with more than 6 000 inhabitants). After lunch we took another train to the station Smrcna where we got off the train so as to enjoy a very pleasant walking along the River Sazava. We even stopped in one part of the river for a while to refresh ourselves. Sarka was the first one who bravely stepped into the river, it wasn´t deep at all but there was quite a strong stream and ...
... for Czech people to get changed in the evening so we did as the locals did and got changed before getting absolutely smashed. Yesterday (Sunday) was a complete write off. Literally thought I might be dying and very proud of us for not just managing to get up (and be sick) but actually going to tesco and then out for dinner! Well done us. Highlights were: -Jitka looking stunning -nearly crying at first dance ...
... of the stations of the cross that lead up to the now abandoned church that lays atop the small mountain. Once getting to the top of the hill I got one of those feelings when you know that you will probably never been in that certain place ever again in your life so you try and take as much in as you can while still appreciating it while you are there, all the while living in the moment.
After the Mikulov we continued on our way to the chateau which ...