Travel Blogs from Ostrava
Its 3.41am. Our train is delayed at a place called Bohumin, somewhere near the border of Poland. The estimated delay has been increased from 14 minutes to 60 minutes. Sleep isn't really a realistic option, though there are people giving it a go, around me, sitting, slouched, lying on the floor, by my feet, in doorways and the corridor. Its hot. The train reeks of dry sweat, body odour, feet and general filth. ...
... of Ostrava from atop the New Town Hall. We also ate lunch on Stodolní Street, which is full of clubs, cafes, and pubs.
Ostrava no longer mines coal; the ground is becoming too unstable to withstand much more digging. It is also one of the most polluted cities in the European Union... Even with these setbacks, Ostrava is still a beautiful city. We took elevators to the top of the New Town Hall Viewing ...
... domy jako napr. starostuv dum, posta, hospoda, kostel, stodoly a dilny. Jsou tam taky stanky s ruznymi remeslnymi vyrobky. Stravili jsme tam asi 2 hodiny a pak jsme pokracovali na Pustevny a podivat se na sochu pohanskeho boha Radegasta. Cestou zpatky do Liptalu jsme chvili jeli pres Slovensko asi tak 3 km – mohli bychom si pridat do seznamu zemi Slovensko, ale nestravili jsme tam dost ...
We climbed high into the mountains of Moravia to Pustevny. This range of mountains is north of the much larger, higher Carpathian range. Very green, Very wet. Very thick clouds. Half of us (including Thomas, of course) took the ski lift up to our hotel while the rest of us stayed on the bus for a rather hair-raising ride up the road to our hotel.
The hotel is wonderful - - a true fairy-tale ski ...
Checked out of apt
Missed our train by 15min, but while waiting met some Auzzys and Californians
Smooth train ride to Roznov
Saw a mountain, Adam decided thats where we should stay
Climbed mountain, finaly found our horse ranch
it was beautiful and the people were great
June 17th, Monday
Trip to our motherland
Today we set our sights on making it to our horse ranch ...