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Hospoda l.P.1867 - exterior I
Czech Republic

Hospoda 1867 is a beautiful family pub in peaceful nature around town of Vizovice close to road I/49 surrounded by hills and forests.


Large garden offers a great way how to be close to the nature even when weather is not very nice. Both children and they parents can play football on a small playground close to Hospoda, or play billiards. Although you are close to nature, you can also be close to the rest of the world thanks to Wi-Fi hotspot.

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Copyright: Adam slovacek
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Caricate: 22/07/2009
Aggiornato: 21/02/2012
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Tags: hospoda l.p. 1867; chramecne; bratrejov; restaurant; pub; valasska hospoda
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