Park Inn by Radisson Ostrava Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Kousek od domečku, kde bydlí Lucka s manželem, Bedřichem a Vilémem, teče Ostravice a pár metrů po proudu jsou i malé peřeje a skokanská deska. Patricie to ještě nijak neocenila, příští léto to bude určitě ...
... I guess I had always hoped we, as people were better than that - more progressive.
I could go on and on and recount every moment of our trip there, and try to remember every story we were told. But I can’t. I won’t. I don’t know how to put it all into words. Like I said, this is the blog I don't know how to write...
At the end of the tour, in a sad silence we walked back to our car. I quietly asked Quinn what he thought and ...
... of it and be able to put the things we see in context. Later in the morning we travelled through Moravia with more farmland and then onto the hill country and the Beskyd Mountains which are part of the Carpathian Mountain Range, and more specifically to Wallachia in the SE corner of Moravia. This area is strongly independent with their own distinct music, costumes, flag and even their own passports. We passed by Brno on the highway, the 2nd ...
... green pastures in the hills, was that the Czerkauer's must have been goat herders, and not very good ones since why else would we have left such prime pastureland. I complained that there were no animals out, so she couldn't really know what was being raised on these pastures. Of course, we had to slow down and avoid a herd of goats just before pulling into Melč - so she won the argument.
Melč itself is a small town nestled in the ...
... it just so happened that when we got there there was a massive fair and enactment that day. It was truly like stepping back in time with only the tourists and visitors to give away the era we really were in. There were knights walking around holding pottery flasks of beer and wenches following them around pretending to look after them - though here equality of the sexes is such that it was say to see through the farce. True fun to watch and everyone is really in the mood.