Wellness Hotel Frymburk
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the largest European hotel room ever. Super surprising in a town with five-hundred year old buildings. Lunch was the first item on the agenda and we went to a place recommended by hotel. In the spirit of late Medieval Bohemia, the restaurant served dishes inspired by the food of that time. The menu had a very interesting and informative essay about what the people ate then. Smoked meats and lots of grain products, millet for instance, dominated their diet. Potatoes did not ...
... 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 ...
... at a common beside the river and we happened upon a medieval fashion show where locals paraded on a stone-walled stage displaying various local historical costumes.
After that we were starving and had lusty lunch-dinner with heaps of meat again! Wow, people seem to consume a lot of meat here!
A stroll in the evening was like being in a fairytale. (see below)
... square and the church if St. Vitus. We found a cave-like restaurant with good garlic soup in a bread bowl. The approach to the castle was steep but ramped, I assume for horses. Wandering though the grounds takes you higher and higher to the round table theater on the upper level. The audience is seated on a turntable that ...
We picked up our little Ibiza car this morning and hit the road. Cesky Krumlov is only 3 hours from Prague so we had decided to hire the car so we could do some exploring along the way. First stop today was Kutna Hora, the city itself was very important in the 14th century for it's silver-rich ore, however, is known today for the Sedlec Ossuary that lies 10 minutes south of Kutna Hora.
The Sedlec Monastery was decorated by a local woodcarver with the bones of ...