Hotel Aurum

Address: Polska 65, Jesenik, Moravia, 79673, Czech Republic | Hotel
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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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The weather was hot again today, around 25C. Lucy had some translations to do, so the rest of us headed to the ski lift at Czarna Góra. A few złoties for a pleasant and scenic ride on the lift and we stood near the top of Czarna with yet more beautiful scenery. Another 100m hike up a steep, rocky path and we arrived at a wooden viewpoint tower where we took some good photos and had a breather, as well as a short chat with a German ...

Szczeliniec Rocks

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

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... enter the rock sanctuary, you have to pass through a small gate where a fee is charged for access. The labyrinth winds through various impressive rock formations and up and down narrow archways and through deep ravines. This particular feature is 17m deep and over 100m long and called 'Piekietko' ('Little Hell') named after the dark descent and the snow which fills the surrounding recesses (even in August). There ...

Kielbasa Day

A travel blog entry by mikasia16 on Jul 28, 2012

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... are raw and none of the fat escapes.

Properly prepared kielbasa is first skilfully cut on top then SLOWLY cooked over the fire until the fat drips off and the meat inside is hot too.

I only had one kielbasa for me but enjoyed cooking several ones for others. Aunt Jasia has many of my favorite fruit in her garden so I ate some red and white currants, ...

Back to the Beginning

A travel blog entry by mikasia16 on Jun 30, 2012

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... for bed I realized they were playing my favorite childhood criminal drama series again. I used to watch it through the key hole in my bedroom door during its first run in 1970s. Now I can fully enjoy this Eastern European answer to Bond. I am always amused how they conspicuously named it “Calling 07” and chose one of the least attractive actors at the time to play the main character. But the stories! The stories were so scandalous for the times, ...

Our Really Last Day

A travel blog entry by mikasia16 on Aug 04, 2010

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... get the girls to take baths and make their beds. No problem… The girls took care of business while I finished watching a great movie with Tim Robbins, never (to my knowledge) shown in the US. It was a story of a burnt worker of an oil drilling platform, who befriends his nurse, a victim of the atrocities of the Balkan war. Vey moving!

Finally, at 10 p.m. Bromba and Sławek came home, glad that the girls were not with them to endure this ...