Hotel Klor

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

    Kraków to Cesky Krumlov

    A travel blog entry by bubblescrook on Aug 10, 2015

    8 photos

    Another day in the bus travelling to the Czech Repbulic. We went the long way due to roadworks, leaving at 8am & arriving at nearly 8pm! We stopped at a couple of small towns on the way, which was very nice. Cesky Krumlov is a really beautiful small town & we will get the chance to explore it more ...

    Austria here we come!

    A travel blog entry by sgcb on Aug 08, 2015

    4 photos

    ... mooooody at Mummy and wouldn't moooove out of Daddy's way. When we finished going down the mountain we arrived at our campsite and checked in. But there was a slight problem Mummy and Daddy had booked us in for tomorrow but luckily a man wasn't coming and so there was room for us. We put up the tent in double quick time as there was a storm brewing. Then we had our Tomsie ten minute tea, mash beans and hot dogs as we were too late for pizza! But it was ...

    Much clinking noises from Neddy........!

    A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Jun 16, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... is much 'clinking noises" from the rear of Neddy.....the seats are down and he is beginning to strain under the weight of yet more bottles!! ......It's now 0715 Wednesday: up and ready for our drive into the Sumava mountains. This is a semi-mountainous and forested region that forms a natural barrier between The Czech Republic, Germany and Austria. It was closed off during the Cold War and is now a UNESCO "biosphere" to ...

    Cesky Krumlov: Do you know what it is?

    A travel blog entry by weir on Apr 02, 2014

    6 photos

    ... are still standing and you can see the old demarcation lines (old guard towers, a 100 yard clear cut zones, etc.) but everything is abandoned. Since the Czech Republic is partially a member of the European Union, you do not have to stop at the border. Our guide said that occasionally the Czechs stop traffic and check passports, but it is rare.

    Many of the small towns clearly are prosperous and very ...

    Out of the eurozone; my brain hurts.

    A travel blog entry by i_could_walk on May 21, 2013

    ... full. The streets were too close for the GPS to use and now the battery was running down. An old school nightmare ensued with me sweating in the bike gear through a town looking for something which said hostel. Eventually went to information; got a map; found the hostel, checked in and went to retrieve the bike. Fortunately nothing gone and I has a 30 minute permit to drop the bags at the hostel by bike.

    Returned the bike to its hiding place but the clampers showed ...