Hotel Aurum

Polska 65, Jesenik, Moravia, 79673, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Polska 65, Jesenik, is near Muzeum Ghetta ("Ghetto Museum") and The Jewish Cemetery.
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Travel Blogs from Jesenik

Czarna Góra

A travel blog entry by dusty-hikers on Jul 18, 2013

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... of fun really. The boys enjoyed running their hands through the cool mountain water whilst Lucy and I did all the work! This will change in time...

Back at the house, we are packing as we have decided to leave tonight and avoid the heat of the day. The boys are expending energy in the paddling pool whilst Lucy uses the peace and quiet to repack our bags. It seems on our holidays that the bags never seem to stay empty for long.

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Jaskinia Niedźwiedzia - The Bear Cave

A travel blog entry by dusty-hikers on Jul 17, 2013

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... spelunking expedition through the caves which takes you along narrow, dark passageways through the rock - not for the faint hearted judging by the photos! Once back in the warm sunlight and after the goosebumps had receded, we had a leisurely walk down to the car before driving back to the B&B for an afternoon of R&R. Badminton on the lawn, a 4km bike ride with the kids and an evening drinking wine with our friends. Tomorrow we get back on the hiking ...

Szczeliniec Rocks

A travel blog entry by dusty-hikers on Jul 14, 2013

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... boards along the path for kids which identify various animal shapes in the rock formations such as Owl, Sitting Hen, Camel and Elephant, so plenty to keep them amused.

The views over the valley are impressive and hard to describe, but it is a very unusual experience walking amongst such huge, weathered rocks. The entire walk takes around 2 hours and there are plenty of great photo opportunities. The ...

Nothing Like the Rain

A travel blog entry by mikasia16 on Jul 01, 2012

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... sure that she would slip out of her wrap and onto the cold stone church floor :-)

Today is July 1st, and as all Polish people know, if you have a Halina in your family you better be buying some flowers and heading her way. I've tried to explain to the Westerners the tradition of a Nameday with various results, so I'll leave the job to Google.

Needless to say, the "Namedayee" spends a ...

"DAY OF BLINDNESS"

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Apr 06, 2012

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... has less meaning without its visual aspects? Or, maybe I'm just preoccupied thinking about how the heck I'm going to get home, or how to keep from knocking over my juice? ...
I would make it home, though, miraculously without a single wrong turn. I follwed the town square's northern facade, with my stick, and one of my current students greeted me out of nowhere. "Hello, Tom. How are you?"
Boy! The uncertainty ...