Hotel Myslivna

Address: Nad Pisarkami 1, Brno, Moravia, 62300, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Nad Pisarkami 1, Brno, is near Spilberk Castle, Old Town Hall (Stara Radnice), Brno Municipal Museum (Muzeum mesta Brna), and Abbey of St. Thomas.
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    Tart Cup 2015 final European report

    A travel blog entry by jameslevy on Oct 18, 2015

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    ... 2 acre block in downtown Brno.It is the basis of a novel (currently reading ) called the Glass Room. Innovative architecture. Good read. Long goodbye lunch at Era cafe with Hanka and Yva,then a visit to the Tart Cup (yes that is its real name!) modern gymnastics Grand Prix. Full circle of our trip and for Iva with gymnastics. Last supper of Becherovka and.chips and more research ...

    The battle of the three emperors at Austerlitz

    A travel blog entry by jameslevy on Oct 17, 2015

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    ... to Czech people who keep getting run over by wars. For Lyn it filled in some history gaps and patterns. In the 90s some youths stole the huge brass plaque, chopped it up and sold it for scrap! It was retrieved by police in Vienna and is back on display in its pieces. Trying out a couple of places for dinner we went into a cellar restaurant with ...

    Spilberk to Stravinsky

    A travel blog entry by jameslevy on Oct 16, 2015

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    Said no more castles but the Spilberk was different ! They had an exhibition on Czech beer!! We would rather be drinking it we decided.The castle/fort was built in 13 th century with huge fortifications. Was used to repel Swedish attacks, as an infamous prison for political guests from throughout the Austrian empire including Italians and Poles (all meticulously documented) and as a Nazi headquarters in ...

    Moving day

    A travel blog entry by jameslevy on Oct 15, 2015

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    We managed to see a very moving exhibition of photographs from Vietnam during the War (taken by a Slovak photographer) and do some last minute Sovenshkan shopping. hours bus trip from Bratislava to Brno turned into an all day saga of misinformation, mechanical mishaps, toilet failures ,traffic jams, and rain. Thought we had worked out the transport system. Planned a tram 20 metres from ...


    A travel blog entry by wanderingreads on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... his visit there in 1767 when only 11 years old, he gave a performance in Brno.

    There was an interesting clock in the square, unveiled in 2012 to commemorate 365th anniversary of Brno's resistance to the Swedish siege it is 6 metres high in the shape of a gun cartridge and made from granite.

    There was a lot ...