Hotel Zlaty Andel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Zlaty Andel Cesky Krumlov
Positives. Great location on main square (as are about 5 other places)
Negatives. No elevator is fine, walking up 4 flights of stairs in pitch black conditions is not. Wifi is best described as non existent. It just doesn't work and the staff don't care. Pillows are useless, room heater doesn't work. Hot water sort of works.
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Left Prague just after 9.00 am yesterday and as time is of the essence took a private transfer to Cesky Krumlov. Drive took a little over two hours. Enjoyed being able to see the Czech countryside. Very lush and green after coming from a very dry Melbourne. I have been totally wowed by this UNESCO protected town. After settling into the hotel set …
On our way to Munich we stopped at KrumlovCesky, a 13th century Unesco listed town and castle. Just magical!
... trip to have had some great free tours and this one was no exception. The guide was a young guy grew up in a neighbouring town and had married a girl from Cesky Krumlov - whom he met while they were both studying in the USA! He had lived in the city for a number of years and had lots of interesting stories to tell about it’s history. Both the town and the castle began life in the late 13th century due to their location on a major trade route in Bohemia, and was ...
... located Tourist Information but managed to try every street before we found our apt - a mere 2 streets from the centre. The apt, on the second level above a coffee shop, was adequate for our needs; however the owners were not very friendly (mind you, it is the end of the tourist season). We wandered along narrow cobblestone streets, looking at the shops and enjoyed a glass of wine in a cafe on the town square. Dinner was traditional Czech fare at a nearby cafe. Jack ...
... 2 hours in the rain to look at sites etc. The first site we found was a Crepe business which Yes sold lots of crepes. I had a Blue cheese and bacon and Susan Tuna, cheese and tomato. Of course as we were in the Czech Republic I had a beer and Susan a Ginger lemonade both very nice. We then had a sweet Crepe - Cranberry, Walnut, Pear & Goats Cheese. All up it was a massive NZ$17 - we realised later they had not charged us for the sweet Crepe.