Wellness Hotel Frymburk
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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7. 3 hr bus to Cesky Krumlov.. Tick.
8. Accommodation booked in Poland not Czech Republic.. Oops.
9. Brendan watching Looney Tunes.. Theme continues.
10. Medieval Town.. Work in progress.
... it across the German border, with any trains going to Germany receiving special attention. The Syrians were very visible behind police lines but did not cause us any problems. In our 2 hour train trip back to the boat (which had moved on to Passau during our train ride) we were entertained by two young ladies singing several extracts from operas and later traditional Austrian folk songs, one of which selected Bill to help in the presentation of the ...
... style), the same blocks of flats but painted with a roof added (post communism). When we left the river near Certova Stena station the platforms were full with about 40 people with kayaks waiting for the train and when a train pulled in it looked like they could only take about 10 kayaks so some of them would have a long wait. Our journey then took us up through farmland and into the hills. We stopped at Maslin for coffee which we thought was our highest ...
... the hostelry could not offer a loo too as a man had walked off with the key????? We then discovered there was another 8 km of up before we started to decent into Frymbuck. Phew 'home' at last and time for a cuppa and then it was off to the welcome party in the 'garage'. It was a jolly event and I noticed one of our fellow rallies was wearing a Calshot Staff fleece and it turned out he used to be a kayak Visiting Instructor about 12 years ago - small ...
... the tiny city and were surrounded by beautiful old buildings, green grass and the river flowing blow. We had a yummy lunch on the river, watching rafts and kayaks paddling down, with views of the castle directly in front of us. We then went and explored the old town on the other side of the river, walking in, out and around tiny little streets that branched off in all of directions until reaching the main square. It was lined ...