Ubytovna Marie

Address: Tr. Svobody 41, Olomouc, Moravia, 77200, Czech Republic | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Tr. Svobody 41, Olomouc, is near Holy Trinity Column, Astronomical Clock, Bouzov Castle, and St. Kopacek church and monastery.
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Travel Blogs from Olomouc

Olomouc

A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Aug 15, 2014

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... more descriptive terms such as – Affordable, cost effective, Value for money. Stuff like that to keep from offending anyone. Well this lunch not only was it delicious it was great Value for money! 1 500ml beer and 2 courses for 5 euro! We could get used to this!

After lunch we finished our bus day in a hotel of all places not a hostel but a full blown luxury hotel! We had our own room free of charge and we had ensuite, tv nice room and heaps of ...

Olomouc

A travel blog entry by redhalo on Aug 08, 2014

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... is very pretty but have worn myself out by going round Prague yesterday. We went round a cathedral, saw the university that Gregor Mendel went to and had a cider (or beer or wine) in a pub. Still, feel bad for not squeezing the most out of my trip.

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Finally finished showering/cleaning my clothes ready for tomorrow...Going to be an emotional wreck :( Mixed feelings - part of me ...

The ride of many mistakes!

A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Jul 18, 2014

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... rode steadily uphill, around 1 km at about 10%, whew! Lana was knackered at the top but I went on, another 500 meters at 12% to the old castle. What a castle! Apparently it was the largest ever castle in Central Europe but was abandoned, blown up and generally fell into disrepair. But the authorities are gradually restoring this huge monument, it truly is a grand, old, medieval style castle complete with dry moats, drawbridges, etc. Had a quick look ...

Czech Monuments and Memories

A travel blog entry by kate.till on Aug 13, 2013

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... saints) are connected to the city itself.

The city is filled with baroque style churches and fountains. It seemed strange to see so many churches, especially since over 60% of the population is irreligious. In reality, the churches have been preserved for their historical significance. Czech history has been shaped by religion; The Hussite wars, the Thirty Years War, the Catholic Habsburg monarchy, ...

First Days, First Blisters

A travel blog entry by kate.till on Jul 23, 2013

4 comments, 6 photos

... opening ceremony of the summer school. We had two speakers, and almost all eighty of the students attending classes funneled into the Konvict courtyard. We were then whisked to a dinner, in celebration of our gathering. It was a great time, with amazing food, and all the beer, wine, and juices you wanted. I found a delicious orange juice; I must have had at least five or six tumblers. It has been curious to see how much drink ...