Resort Svata Katerina
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Woke this morning to the sound of rain and predicted cooler weather. Okay by me - hot last night in our room even with air con on and window open. On the coach, now cloudy. Auto-barn busy. Beautiful countryside - again rolling hills, villages dotted throughout, green and lush looking. Looking forward to a coffee break! After a lunch stop at the city of ...
... can pass through 4 villages. Mira's theory is that in the olden days, people lived together in a little villages and walked to their fields, as opposed to today where in Canada, each farm house sits on it own property all spread out. We stared the day touring a museum featuring a Crèche. That's a fancy word for Nativity scene. Wow, it was way better than I expected. It was not really that at all. ...
... room and speakers in another. The last point of interest was the resemblance between the bathroom methodology in the 1600's and camping in Algonguin Park. You will see in one of the pix the solid looking box at the end of the bed with a cover opened to expose a velour padded seat and a hole. Identical to those in Ontario campgrounds except that in Ontario the motif is less so velour and more so ...
... tour of the local sites. We climbed up a 100 foot tower to see the views including the "ponds" built hundreds of years ago for fish farming. We found an old Mill and located the Jewish Cemetery where I scaled the 7 foot walls to have a walk around. The last burials were in 1942 due, no doubt, to the end of the Jewish population here. After that just some poking around the tourist shops in town and a very nice Czech dinner. They make a mean Garlic Soup ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking