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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Maria Ostrava
Well presented 3 star hotel. Parking on site not available as advertised, but free secure undercover parking offered in lieu. Location close to old section of city.
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Kousek od domečku, kde bydlí Lucka s manželem, Bedřichem a Vilémem, teče Ostravice a pár metrů po proudu jsou i malé peřeje a skokanská deska. Patricie to ještě nijak neocenila, příští léto to bude určitě ...
... clear (childhood) memories of that time. The recency of this chilling attempt at extinguishing humans from the planet is mind blowing. It is incomprehensible that the modern Germans, a civilized country with a warped political party could have carried out these atrocities on fellow humans.
Yes, I know I am over simplifying it all (and starting to rant)…but I was left with an unexpected deep sadness about the recency of the torture and murder ...
... centre. It had one of the best washroom to date and the 15kc was applied to anything purchased. We had a lovely pastry and a MacDonald tea. We are travelling through Bohemia. There are gently rolling hills of farmland - mostly canola at this time. While we were travelling Peter gave us a very interesting summary of the history of the Heart of Europe. It was very clear and presented in a way that was easy to understand - perhaps I might ...
... the power seemed to fade, but it is definitely back in force now that I am in Moravia (and it works at lower elevations). In any case, it did start snowing on-and-off again as we drove into the Moravian highlands.
I had the start of the drive to myself, Laura and Dad dozed while the boys played games, but eventually I got most of them watching the passing countryside (except for dad, he spent most of the day in a fog). Laura's comment on seeing ...
Anyone who has had the pleasure to visit this beautiful park and castle will understand my very exclamation. This place is magical and eerie. When we first moved to the Czech Republic we lived in the town Ostrava but every weekend we travelled around visiting the countryside. This was one of our 'go-tos'. The first year we didn't even set foot in the castle itself, the place has weird opening times in autumn and winter it has none. Then in summer we told my Mum about ...