- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... ride into town, except that we hadn't had our usual 5km of mountain biking terrain yet that our bikes were not fit for, so the last 5km we bumped over rocks and tree roots. Annie had been looking forward to getting to České Krumlov as she knew that Rob would really enjoy the place. No wonder all the tourists come here. On first view, Rob was not disappointed at all as he rolled down a large hill. It's a medieval beauty in ...
... are no bigger than a 25m pool. They usually have some sort of green fungi on top that you cant see under. We stopped for our break. A quiet spot just up from this town's pond. At least it was quiet until we started hearing loud plops. A local was throwing full breadsticks and uncut loaves into the pond. Mate, not sure how you feed ducks here but that is a bit ambitious? He left after depositing at least 20 items in the water. ...
... a little post horn motif!!!). This will look good at home......... We pound the highways and byways of the area..........Neddy taking it all in his stride.......until I spot a small red car heading towards us at high speed.......too close to the centre line for comfort!!!!!!!.....I correct right but fearing the ditch I go no further........CLACK! The red car's wing mirror clips us and our mirror glass "flops down shattered"!!!! I get ...
... who had made their pilgrimage to this wonder place. One of the most popular photo opportunities of the castle and tower was immediately outside our hotel. A local guitarist was busking on the nearby bridge. Life doesn't get much better. Decided to eat late, but many of the restaurants had closed their kitchens by 9.30pm. Discovered Krema V Satlavske Ulici, a traditional Cesky restaurant built in what would have previously been a blacksmith's cave. This restaurant was no ...
In the evening the river was the path for our exploration of town too. Since it winds its way back and forth, many shops, overnight accommodations, restaurants and pubs have capitalized on the views and perch their patios and balconies along the water. We ate an incredibly delicious supper by the river at Hotel Dvorak, just below the Cesky Krumlov Castle (dishes ordered at our table: salmon with potatoes and dill sauce, ...