Pension Siesta

Address: Hradebni 26, Trebon, Bohemia, Czech Republic | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Hradebni 26, Trebon.
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Travel Blogs from Trebon

What we did over Christmas vacation

A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Jan 07, 2015

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... including our mothers.

The Christmas Markets in Vienna open around the middle of November. They are all over the city, especially in the central First District, to which we are very close. The markets have lots of goodies, some lovely artisan pieces, some mass produced. Lots of Christmas themed decorations. There are food stands with dessert treats, hot chestnut vendors who often also sell potato pancakes, bratwurst stands, soup, and other portable goodies. And ...

Cesky Krumlov to Vienna

A travel blog entry by nvs on Dec 06, 2014

2 comments, 24 photos

... We always prefer to take the country roads where possible as opposed to the main highways. We were not disappointed with the drive as you can see from the photos. We drove through quite a thick mist which was rather nice, being nice and cosy in the car. Every house had their huge stack of firewood ready for winter which reminded us of Jeremy's wood stacks. Hope you like the photo we took for you, what a stack hey!! They are all so neat!! We then came across a thatched roof cottage ...

Cesky Krumlov: Do you know what it is?

A travel blog entry by weir on Apr 02, 2014

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... to use the term "Sudetenland" in this area until just a few years ago.) After the war, all people of German decent were forced to move to Germany (even if their family lived in the area for a thousand years) and the Czechs allowed any person who wished to, to move into the empty houses. As it turned out, many of the now depressed towns are occupied by the Roma (Gypsies). Let's just say that when our guide was pointing ...

A MOMENTO OF CESKY KRUMLOV

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Sep 19, 2012

5 photos

... and partridge with Don, Nathalie, Rose, Peter and Catherine. The rabbit was fine but the partridge was great, its gamey taste the highlight of the meal. Did not especially like the various versions of dumplings. I preferred last night's meal.

Peter suggested meeting Gregor on the first night in Krakow so will pass that along to him. Went to get my rugby jersey and walked most of the palace with the boys. Diary update and blog finished before packing. In bed by ...

Grin and bear it

A travel blog entry by sarahimray on Oct 14, 2011

I hadn't felt so medieval since year eight when Mr Liddell had us dress up as medieval wenches, our newly blooming chests being unkindly pushed up and out by a choking bustier, and facing the horror of being on the stage at Southland shopping centre. Luckily the experience at Cesky Krumlov avoided humiliation or awkwardness of this sort.  Cesky Krumlov (let's call it CK to save me from carpal tunnel syndrome) is a sweet little medieval town in ...