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The Upper Forest Bar
Czech Republic

Imagine walk in the deep forest, morning, rainy day. Suddenly you see log hut, smoking chimney, fire place, bottles of beer and lemonades, boxes with sweets and tea bags and coffee, gas cookers. But nobody is around. Just bird box with sign: "cash register, here, inside".

It is not a dream, not a fairy tale. It is the "Forest bar", about 2 km from Horni Lipova.

On the third floor of the Forest bar, called the "Upper bar", you can find only something for drink (at least cold water :-). It is about 15 minutes walk from the "Lower bar", but the slope is really steep (the distance is about 700 m, but you will climb 200 m higher). You can get there also by bike, in that case be prepared for about 6 kilometer trip from the lower Forest bar.

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Chargée: 23/11/2009
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