Boutique Hotel Romantick
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Pets allowed
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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.
... symbol). We took a guided tour and were the only ones in our group, so we ended up having a personal tour with a lovely young girl who was doing her final tour of the year before heading back to university. She loves Australians, and we had a great time. Like the town, the castle had bečn progressively extended in different styles, so the original part was gothic, and new renaissance and baroque parts had been added. Intestingly, there are no bathrooms in the castle - waste ...
We had a brief but lovely stay at the Novotel Hotel at Munich Airport before picking up out hire car back at Terminal 1 of Munich Airport. After travelling around the Middle East for 3 weeks it was a culture shock coming to Germany where everything is clean. Efficient and in order. Within minutes of leaving the airport we were on an Autobahn heading to the Czech Republic with ...
During that night we nearly got caught by the police for drinking in public. My stupid defence was to try and hide my drink behind my back and claim that I had no idea what the cop was talking about, but thankfully Dee managed to convince the policeman to leave us alone. I have no idea what she said to him, but Polish and Czech are somewhat similar languages and I’m told that the police specifically target foreigners, so I thankfully dodged a bullet there as the ...
... the 1200s, on a rocky cliff overlooking the Vltava River. The castle has always bowed to the whims of its many owners, who added or changed the structure throughout its more than 750 year history. It flourished in the 16th century under the Rosenbergs, passing onto the Habsburgs, but eventually fell into disuse in the 19th century. The Rosenberg family symbol, the ...