Hotel Jana

Address: Koliby 2, Prerov, Moravia, 75005, Czech Republic | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Latin Quarter area of Prerov.
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    Travel Blogs from Prerov

    Laughing in the sun

    A travel blog entry by emmafox17 on Jun 05, 2015

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    ... was a massive stage with live music being played. There is apparently some kind of mini festival taking place at the moment and it was just so lovely to stand about laughing with our new friends and taking it all in, I just couldn't stop smiling! Later in the evening we all went out for a meal together which was really great, I enjoyed every moment of it - well other than being harassed by the expectationally rowdy locals but that was all part of the ...

    Sun; Ice Cream and New Friends

    A travel blog entry by s-ashmore-hayes on Jun 05, 2015

    20 photos

    So today was the day we joined our coach trip! Woo! This was mostly exciting as it means we don't have to worry about trains for almost a whole 2 weeks! (And of course the concept of meeting new people)! We also discovered that we got a free breakfast this morning (extra bonus)! After meeting our tour guide (Ben) and driver (Lukas), and getting a vague idea as to who else was on the trip, we were on our way. It was at this point we discovered the ...

    Homeland and goat herders!

    A travel blog entry by in_cherkauers on Apr 04, 2015

    9 photos

    ... along the Czech-Slovak border. Of course there were some very European touches, like the long stretch of cobble road leading out of one town almost to the next (it was interrupted by a short stretch of asphalt), it was a tight road of small cobbles, which just seem so difficult to maintain but here it went for kilometers with only farm fields to appreciate it. We did appreciate it as well, the road looked marvelous though snow tires are loud on ...

    Through the fields

    A travel blog entry by stoo on Aug 18, 2012

    ... on a bus out of town, peering through the glass so as not to miss the stop, I'm walking in hot sunshine through a field towards a petrol station on the motorway. I must have looked a picture, and I chuckled to myself at the bizarre oddity of the situation.

    It's not a good stop. People are not pulling in, and those who are there already are not buying. I feel I'm getting pretty good at spotting ...

    The cushy seats and free treats didn't tip us off

    A travel blog entry by awesomed on Mar 13, 2012

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    ... where the waitress didn't speak English, and ordered 2 of the biggest meal on the menu - you know, multiple kinds of meat, multiple kinds of dumpling, multiple kinds of cabbage. It's kind of our thing. After lunch, I texted Zach to see if he could give us directions to the central part of the city - specifically the astronomical clock. He told me to ask someone how to get to 'Horní ...