Zamek Zabreh

Address: U Zamku 42/1, Ostrava, Moravia, 700 30, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on U Zamku 42/1, Ostrava, is near Stodolni Street, New City Hall Viewing Tower, Ostrava Museum, and Michal Colliery.
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      Goodbye CZ, hello PL!

      A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 20, 2014

      12 photos

      ... apparently there are two Hotel Cieszynski's here and our bags were at the second one! Daily rituals done then headed back to the town square for a meal, at the same "Iced Coffee" cafe but had a beer this time, Lana always goes for the non-alcoholic beer but I had a wheat beer, a local speciality and damn nice! We ate inside the cafe (air conditioned) as it was still 29C outside. Walked around a bit waiting for the temperature to drop, then headed back to hotel to complete FB and the ...

      GPS Cruising

      A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 19, 2014

      16 photos

      ... around many bends in tiny streets to our Hotel Roubenka. It's a quaint little hotel in a quiet suburban street and there was a wedding party going on inside. There is no air conditioning in most of these places, only big heaters so it was stifling hot inside the hotel. Luckily we had a room in a chalet out the back where we could open all our windows. Then another wedding party arrived (Jewish) and they partied on in the back garden with a folk band which ...

      The ride of many mistakes!

      A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 18, 2014

      24 photos

      ... erov. The grandeur of the castle architecture of Helfštýn hovers above the valley of the Moravian Gate. The entire grounds consist of a number of utilitarian buildings and fortifications. Four courtyards at the castle are accessible to the public at present. The castle has five gates, a number of bastions, towers and an extensive system of both internal and external bulwarks. It ranks among the most extensive complexes in Europe in terms of its ...

      Heading east into Moravia

      A travel blog entry by fulkss on Jun 11, 2014

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... pastry called Stramberk Ears - a gingerbread cone filled with whipped cream and topped with sprinkles. Our hotel for the night was high in the mountains (3000 feet), a ski resort in winter and hiking spot the rest of the year. After a traditional dinner we were entertained by a group of very energetic Moravian singers and dancers. Sunset from our mountaintop was beautiful, ...

      Zorblack's Forest!

      A travel blog entry by chocolategaming on Jan 20, 2014

      10 photos

      ... said to roam the lands. Every step on the stairs in the cabin will either give you a splinter or will break under your footsteps. And if you think that isn't enough, the heroes live near Deathfroste, which is a place where the most horrific creatures live. The 2 future heroes will later on then be living in a palace! Who knows, later on, they could be the chosen ones and defeat the Evil King, Zorblack!

      First place of conflict...
      Of course, ...