Hotel Aurum

Address: 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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... asked where we were from, my mother said "Newark, Lincolnshire". Her face was confusion until we added "England" to this and then she smiled with recognition. I think she probably recognised our English accents, not our Lincolnshire ones!

We were planning to do the full hike to Śnieżnik, but the heat was quite intense at the top of the mountain and the hike back up to the ski lift would have been exhausting. We opted to ...

Jaskinia Niedźwiedzia - The Bear Cave

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

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... They are still discovering new parts to the cave system and have very recently found a cavern the size of the National Stadium. They are hoping to create public access for next year, but apparently this is on the Czech Republic side to the cave system and they are negotiating how they will share the entrance prices and the access responsibilities. If they do open it, we heard it will be the largest cavern in Poland open to the public. You can also partake in a ...

Szczeliniec Rocks

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

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... was protected from 1981 as the "Stołowe Mountains Landscape Park" and covers an area of 13600 ha.

After an ice-cream at the bottom, we piled into the car once again and headed towards Stronie and the B&B we stayed in last year. As the hosts are friends really, they are very hospitable and always helpful. We spent the evening relaxing in the garden and had an early night ready for some hill walking tomorrow.
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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 ...