Hotel Zamek

Templarska 1, Cejkovice (Hodonin), Moravia, 696 15, Czech Republic | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Templarska 1, Cejkovice (Hodonin).
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    Travel Blogs from Cejkovice (Hodonin)

    Castle magic & Late start!

    A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 15, 2014

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    ... nor tail of our map! Our driver had no English so was no help, got it sorted and headed off to the village of Ivan were we had lunch. PM - From here on to Brno it was tiny village after village, headers going full bore in the wheat crops and tractors towing trailers full of wheat off to, who knows where! Village names were beyond normal comprehension; Vranovice, Zabcice, Zidlochovice, Rajhradice & etc. We made up ...

    The Amber Trail!

    A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 14, 2014

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    ... and off on the right road (too many instructions). It was going to be a long ride today, 77kms to Mikulov. Anyway, once out on the road on our bikes it was pleasant cycling through the lower Austrian region of farmland, slightly undulating hills but nothing too hard. Tomas suggested we have lunch in Ernstbrunn, I know why! PM - We had lunch there (courtesy Austria Hotel) then it happened! We went up, and up, a 12% gradient for about ...

    Into the Abyss

    A travel blog entry by catfeet on Jul 09, 2014

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    ... issue and the Pynkva Cave was closed – not sure when it would be open but come back later.

    So instead we visited another cave called the Catherine Cave about 500m from the ticket office. It was enormous inside, very interesting tour with an English speaking guide. The usual stalactites and stalagmites but in the main chamber they played music to show how good the acoustics are. It also has ...

    And now for something completely different?

    A travel blog entry by catfeet on Jul 08, 2014

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    ... br> On every square there is a church but it is a fact that the Czech population is not religious, they are however spiritual!. It turns out that the Czech people lost all interest in religion when it became a political ploy by those in power to manipulate the people. So why are there so many churches? Don't know and probably won't find out until we learn some Czenglish. Probably won't happen this ...

    An early exit....

    A travel blog entry by catfeet on Jul 07, 2014

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    ... town mascot)! We passed by another large square under construction called Zelny Trn and then did a round of the Sts Peter and Paul Cathedral that stands on the site of the old Brno Castle and (Austrian) prison.

    The bells chime midday from this Cathedral at 11am every day because in 1645 during the 30 year war the General of the Swedish siege said that they would spare Brno if they not been taken it by 12 noon, so the Brno townspeople rang ...