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Travel Blogs from Benecko
... We had a lot of fun although Lukas, the party trasher, didn't let us play as much but we still had a good time. Did I mention there was a pool there and every single day we went swimming with Camy and Sydney we did flips, turns, twists, handstands, cartwheels wait cartwheels? we didn't do any cartwheels ...mommy you were wrong we didn't do any cart wheels what so ever ...I'm sorry for that interruption and we also did flips.Bye for now!
Pulling into the drive way of the Palac Wojanow is certainly impressive both for hits beauty and for its history. Having lasted over 800 years and through several wars, being restored at least three times, in addition to being a royal gift this place has lasted the test of time. Palac Wojanow is a fitting place to begin one's journey together.
The horse drawn chariot gracefully rolled to the Church Entrance. The Bride ...
... for twenty minutes well it could be worse and it got worse I got carsick! Okay it gets better from here so when we arrived I saw this girl there named Patricia hmmm that rings a bell and she didn't speak English how did we communicate you might ask by acting it out or showing what it means. This is one of the best hotels actually this isn't a hotel, this is more of a traditional farm stay. The farm stay has ...
... Lukas connected with the two kids, Patricia and the little boy (forgot his name). Never mind that Isabella and Lukas could not speak Polish and the two kids couldn’t speak English, the four of them spoke a far more international language; the language of children spoken all over the world and only understood by kids.
The Agroturystyka is set in a lovely valley creating a peaceful location to relax and take some ...
... really was so much fun! We skied over to our favourite little pub after this last slope. There we met up with charly, had some delicious cherry brandys and hot rum with tea. Hubert decided that we should all play draw the shortest straw with the tea mixers he had collected from the bar. We all agreed that the person who drew the shortest stick would have to go out into the freshly ploughed snow, walk up the little hill infront of the pub then slide down it. It was ...