Hotel Klor

Address: Doudleby 22, Doudleby, Bohemia, 370 07, Czech Republic | Inn
 
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Travel Blogs from Doudleby

Cesky Krumlov

A travel blog entry by gaosborne on Jun 11, 2015

2 comments, 16 photos

... we had visited. Yet a lovely experience as we left for our ship that had moved up river to Passau. As I said earlier that the countryside was as beautiful on our return journey. Perhaps the nicest since visiting Switzerland & certainly much larger farms were seen until we hopped over the boarder into Germany. Yes have visited 3 countries today as one does in a day. Ha!! As another day finishes I wonder what tomorrow will bring? Guten ...

Cesky Krumlov

A travel blog entry by lovett217 on Jun 09, 2015

13 photos

Today we had a cruisie morning. Woke at 8:30 (needed the rest), breakfasted, watched some Greys Anatomy, checked out. Then we mozzied around the village of Cesky Krumlov. Had a delicious lunch at the hotel receptionist recommendation. Cost $15 aud each. Grilled Camembert, soup, pancake dessert. The dessert wasn't nice so we had some very very tasty crepes. Apples and cinnamon with icecream, and a white chocolate hot choccie - ...

Cesky Krumlov Day 1

A travel blog entry by seamoore on May 16, 2015

... you get back." The people in the dorm room had been using it as well, there was a hurried conversation in a different language before she said it wasn't ready yet. Well obviously I thought to myself. My check in was listed as 12pm and I was right on time but I tried to not let it annoy me too much. Of course the first thing you want to do after a long walk with a 13 kilo bag is to just sit down in privacy and relax for a while but it ...

Cesky, a mystical city

A travel blog entry by smithnet on May 20, 2014

1 comment, 31 photos

... buildings and 5 courtyards built over centuries on a narrow and oblong rocky promontory above the Vitava River. The castle interior was impressively presented with period furnishings and artwork. The views from the tower were brilliant. Worth the 54.5 metre climb up 192 steps. From this vantage point you gained a good perspective of the town layout. The afternoon was spent relaxing on the front verandah of the hotel watching the world go by. It was interesting observing the ...

Beer, bears and bare chests...

A travel blog entry by soperclan on Jul 06, 2013

5 photos

... halfway point and time. We got there in just over an hour. We soon learnt that the time estimates including allowances for stopping at every tent or shack set up on the riverbank selling beer and sausages. We spent about an hour at this stop - time enough for a couple of beers and a sausage.

As we continued down the river the sun beat down and we passed rafts filled with bare-chested, beer-bellied Czech men laying back ...