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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Europa Brno
Travel Blogs from Brno
46 kms.... AM - Another wonderful breakfast choice in our 4**** hotel, what else! The rain had gone, as predicted, and the sky was clear and sunny as we headed out of Brno. Left town through a seedy looking suburban area, I guess most cities have these areas. We followed a cycle track, sealed, along a small creek which we rode for kilometres until we reached a beautiful forest area, that clean, alpine ...
... by the way is 4****. Nice renovated buildings, a huge town square and non-alcoholic beer, which we had to have as thirsty travellers. We had seen the scallop shell of St James Way back in Mikulov and lo & behold, it turned up again here in Brno and at St James Church. Took a photo of the sign, apparently it's only 3,200 kms from here to Santiago, that's a long time riding or even longer walking! Had dinner at ...
... bloody hell, that was steep! Lana got a bee in her glasses & had to get off her bike & push up that hill (that was her excuse anyway!) After that we had several more hills but nothing like the Ernstbrunn killer! Beautiful farmland with reaping well under way, the canola all looks to have been reaped and plenty of wheat being reaped, silos at some of the towns along the way. We stopped in Laa for an ice cream and a Gatorade, it ...
... and 3 are in Milan. On the whole I'm a little surprised. Fortunately there is room for 2 little ones and we get to eat!! We order a bit of a selection as we trust the little master working away busily preparing food for all to see. we ordered Tokyo special maki and nigiri mix plus butter fish and avocado California rolls and a Wakame salad. Where to start..... Hottest and tastiest wasabi ever, even ...
... signs are all CZ. German is probably the best 2nd language to have in CZ.
One great thing we found in Vienna and Prague is that major sites included an audiophone with your entrance ticket, so you could go through palaces and such at your own pace. However, once we left Prague and went into the provinces, the castles and chateaux had only guided tours (always in Czech) and just gave you a cheat-sheet with minimal ...