Pytloun Design Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... after 600 years.
Marvelling at the Veil was a quiet break in a busy day, and one we appreciated very much; before we returned to Eibau, we added yet another country to our list - a quick zip into Poland to fill up with cheap petrol! We then went home for afternoon tea followed by bbq in the garden and most of the evening was spent reminiscing about our trip to Botswana. It had been a lovely day all ...
... the 1700s and originally the home of Katrin’s grandparents so they have lots of antique furniture and belongings. There are plants everywhere, some framing doorways, and we sat in their large sun lounge filled with light and plants – and cake: we were treated to the most wonderful cake confections - I love the German idea of cake in the afternoon!
In common with many houses in the area, 100 years ago the ground floor ...
... up until the last chair lift. We then glided down being a bit silly as we went. Paul and I were trying to tackle one another and had 2 giant stacks. One which resulted in being completely twisted around like a game of twister, resulting in us having to unclip our boots from our skis, and the other us lying both flat on our backs. The latter was complimented by Hubert skidding infront of us and covering us both with snow. We were all laughing hysterically by this ...
... again too. They came to see Paul before he goes back to Australia. And finally they Were able to meet marc too! As the sun began to set we decided to have another cherry brandy and discuss our next moves. Charly had found a flyer for snow tubing. We all agreed that it sounded like a lot of fun. We then made our way up the hill 1 and a half km to the snow tubing place. We had a lot of trouble finding it actually, so we asked at the Olympia hotel. Unfortunately ...
... The rope bridge was like a tightrope with two flimsy rope handrails but it was less terrifying than I expected. It was fairly stable except for the last part when I could barely stay on. There was another high ropes course that we didn't get a chance to try but I definitely want to go back! We had a final dinner of beef goulash and dumplings (who knew Czech food was so light and healthy!) and a huge slice of ginger cake for desert. We all hung out in the bar for a little bit for ...