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Excalibur Moravska Trebova
Czech Republic

Excalibur - restaurant, maybe a hotel - owned by a paraglider pilot and a very nice person to stay with and have a chat. 

An original atmosphere, which he tried to create, resemble older times with connection to Arthurian times, no matter how fictional or real these might have been. If anybody has a chance to take a short peek, don't hesitate. 

Copyright: Milan Toman Spot On S.R.O.
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Taken: 25/06/2011
Uploaded: 25/08/2011
Updated: 09/10/2014
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Tags: ecalibur; moravska; trebova; hotel; restaurant; beer; old; times; czech; republic
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