Travel Blogs from Lam
It's early morning, it's brisk but beautiful and we're somewhere in Germany. Don't get me wrong, the somewhere in Germany sounds flippant and dismissive well that's not the case. It's just that the river is the river is the river. Presently there's a sameness about the Danube that is only interrupted by some quaint village or some impressive lock every now and then. I've breakfasted and brought ...
... between eastern and western world. These premises were constructed in a very strictly guarded frontier zone in the 60s and 70s of the 20th century. Basically it was supposed to serve as secret military premises since the place couldnīt be even found on the maps. After 1989 the premises were no longer used for military purposes and in 1997 it was made a decision that the observation tower would be reconstructed and ...
... around. We saw the bison but no moose. There were 2 bears wallowing in a small pool, I think there were only the 2 in the enclosure. It was a 3 hour walk in the forest.
On the way to the tree-top walk we saw signs for ...
Onwards to Klatovy and wow what a main square. It's the sort of square you could easily meander through each day. Every way you look across every horizon has a historical view but the view that brings a smile is the beautiful old world charm of the ice cream van centre stage. Wander for a few hours and join the locals in some handmade sorbet and ice ...
... in is eye and still works in the yard as much as he can.
We leave my Uncle's house and Richard drives our van to a Glass works place where they sell many different types of glass items. After this we head to dinner even though we ate lunch only about 5 hours ago. Richard takes us to a place call Cafe Restaurant Seeblick. It has a picturesque view overlooking a dam and lake. It really is stunning. I order another half lemon aid half beer in case I have to drive later and ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed