Wellness Hotel Frymburk
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... being open on Mondays. Just kidding, not really. More shopping and a walk along the river. Then a fine dinner and we were done.
Sunshine and blue skies greeted us the next morning. We were out early and took more pictures before heading off to the Schiele museum to be there when it opened. The Czechs really appreciate their national artists, this was another excellent museum.
Lunch, and then the trip back to Vienna. While there is no direct train service ...
... answered 4 she told us the maximum was 3 or 320kg. We then all had to confess our weight which we worked out was not 320kg!! The female voice then told us she would have to call the "Otis" lift mechanic to come and fix the problem. This would not have been so bad in a normal size lift but it was a bit squashy and was getting very hot as there was no circulation of air. It was a very interesting 45 MINUTES!! before we got out. After the initial laughing had died down and we had taken ...
... promptly set off to explore the streets. We walked up to Cesky Krumlov castle which was closed but we were able to look around and take some magnificent photos. The castle is on a hill looking back onto the village where we were staying. We meandered back through the shops to find a place for dinner. We had a delicious wagyu beef and veggies dinner in an underground vault. It was very cosy and a great way to end the ...
Between World War I and II Cesky Kromlov was part of Czechoslovakia and was annexed by Nazi Germany in 1938.
The town's German speaking population were expelled after the war and it was restored to Czechoslovakia.
During the Communist era it fell into disrepair, but since the 1989 Velvet Revolution much of the town's former beauty has been ...
We headed in to walk around the town of Freistadt before setting off. We had a walking guide that the lady at the campsite had given us. It was a beautiful day out and since we could walk in to town, we decided to have a look around. We didn't have a lot of time so we only went to a few of the places mentioned. It was a neat town with a fortified entrance and pretty gardens in the moat outside. We stopped off at a bakery and picked up an apricot treat for later ...