Park Inn by Radisson Ostrava Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... it all up.
He paused, and said “well, I can’t say I liked it, because that would be terrible. I think it is good that we came here though. It was good to remember those people and it is so sad and I will never forget it.”
If you get a chance to visit the Museum of Auschwitz, do it. Quinn’s right, it is good to remember the people, it is so sad and you will never forget it.
Love to all,
... in Czech Republic with 400,000 citizens. There were many colourful beehive houses here. They for the most part have been renovated and are painted bright colours. We arrived at Stramberk, in the Wallachia area of Moravia. It is a picturesque hill town famous for elephant ears which is a dessert made with gingerbread batter baked in a thin circle and molded while warm into a funnel like shape. They are filled with whipped cream and topped ...
... get help. Meanwhile, Laura managed to negotiate the purchase of some fresh creme horns (seem to be a popular Czech treat), and some other Easter supplies - though no white eggs, all eggs are brown in Europe.
Next it was everyone piled into the car for the hour drive to the town of Melč in eastern Czech Republic. This is apparently the last known residence of Franz Czerkauer (my great-great-great grandfather), though dad suspects that ...
... amp; hiding them in her bag) then headed uphill from our hotel. It was hot already at 8:30am so this was going to be a hot day in the saddle. Firstly went through Koprivnice where the Tatra truck factory is, could only see the huge factories in the distance. Much riding along sealed trails through farm land, all in crop with either wheat, maize, barley or canola, some had been reaped. Stopped for a cold drink and bananas at a tiny cycle path shop, very welcome, Lana even had a ...
... in shopping in the supermarket in the photos. Headed into Novy Jicin-Louca through the old town gate, impressive, so was the beautiful town square lined with Renaissance and Baroque houses. Ate our (breakfast) lunch here, it was getting quite hot again. We could see harvesters out in the fields reaping canola and wheat. Then another killer hill as we entered Stramberk with the castle sitting way, way up on the hill in the middle of the town. Then a long down ...