- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... century to supply the nobility with fish and is still functioning as a local industry. This pond is as big as a lake. Next was a walk around the square and castle, and an interesting lunch in a cave. The roast eel was quite good, and best of all was ice cream with raspberry sauce for dessert. Back on the bus for the ride through the lovely countryside, and arrival at our hotel. Built in the 14th century, this boutique hotel ...
Again and again, every week-end opportunity I use to get off Vienna and drive to CZ. So here I am!
Yesterday at night I arrived. Today I was shopping (of course) and will going for linner (neither lunch, nor dinner) with a friend of mine in Znojmo.
Around 6 p.m. I’ll be driving home to Vienna for a shooting and meeting my best friend.
... the steps were tiny and very steep, but by the time I reached the top the view was fabulous! I hope you like the photos this is one of the prettiest towns I have ever stayed in.
We went to dinner in the square and the town was nearly deserted, the restaurant had an extensive menu and although it was in English as well as Czech, I ordered a salad which turned out to be mixed vegetables of peas, carrots, potatoes, beans and was ...
Today was the first day of the Alp Trip. We left around 9 am in the morning and arrived at Gamisch-Park about 2.5-3 hours later in the very south of Germany. The scenery was like nothing I had ever seen before. I was captivated by the beautiful mountains and small German houses that sat along the highway (which by the way, often has a very high speed limit -- Canadians need to get on this)8. Germany is beautiful and nothing like Canada. I love ...
Leaving Cesky Krumlov, we headed to Treban and Trebic. Treban was like Cesky Krumlov with an old town, main square, Schwartzenberg castle, plague monument and cobblestone streets. But it was less touristy and felt more like a town where people really live. We were fascinatd by a lady selling hotdogs from a cart. She hollowed mini-submarine roll out, heated it on a spike, dipped the hotdog in a pot of ketchup and dropped the hotdog into the roll, like dropping ...