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The Championships in Liberec have come to a close; the whole world speaks highly of them

The last event, the 50 km Men´s race, was on the schedule of the 47th FIS Nordic World Ski Championships Liberec 2009 today. The last world champion...

The Headmaster won the last race

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May the Championship work out fine, I love CEC!

30. 12 2008

Visitors often come to Jested – a silver oblate spheroid on top of Jested, to bow the city view point by public transportation and then they take a cable car. Tourists from many countries are attracted by this magic peek. A group of Poles, mostly guys, take a stroll to ski jumping hills, where Adam Malysz used to jump and they left in words: “We will come back….”
The most frequent guests in the city are Germans, Poles as well as Dutch. Jan and Ciska from the Netherlands are very familiar with this place; they have owned an estate in Januv Dul for more than ten years now, they have a car camp there. “Norwegians will live at our place and we will drive them to the venues. They will find everything they could possibly need there; we have Czech kitchen with Czech cuisine, bathroom, restaurant and internet too,” they say.
Groups from more remote states such as Arabs, Africans, Asians and South Americans come by mass transportation less often. Tourists from different parts of Europe are among individuals who come relatively often – for example from France, Spain or Switzerland.
French cameramen from Paris TV arrived privately to Jested during summer festival to see transmitter’s equipment. He appreciated its unique architecture and wrote down words of praise: „Tres heureux d´étre a nouveau a piedt du JEŠTÉD…“.
Japanese tourist wrote to the guest book: „Czech and Jested are so beutiful and Czech people are so warm. I like Czech and Czech people…“. And another Japanese noted down: „Liberec is wonderful city … We love CEC!“ (There should have been CZECH probably)
A young Japanese mum went towards the cable car wearing stilettos only making her way through snow, but it surely was an adventure for her and her kids. A teacher from Sachsen-Anhalt said on his way from Jested: “My first visit to Jested was truly a great experience to me. I will surely come in February to visit World Ski Championship with my family.” Elan Tamir, a student from Israel, would recommend a visit to Jested to everybody who ever comes to the Czech Republic.
A member of a group of approximately fifty chorus singers of mountain climbers from Dresden said after having visited the peak, that it was nice out there, but very cold. Mr. Anton Neumann, a business man from Mississanger (close to Ontario, Canada) expressed his opinion on his way to parking lot very laconically: “I am excited with my visit to Liberec and Jested. I will not be able to make it to the Championship though; it is way too far for me. ”
Two Arabs from Iran documented their trip during the whole trip to mountain peak with a video camera, but they were not interested in the Championship at all.
Group of eleven managers wanted to see Jested venue since of them were owner of slopes in Austria. Five chiefs from Jemen listened adversely to the expatiation about Jested; they were apparently not interested in skiing just like the Brazilians who plan on coming to Liberec more often to commemorate the environment of their ancestors.
Dario Romero from South America visited Jested too, he is not keen on skiing, but he is quite familiar with the area of Liberec, because he got married there. He has returned back recently. “I will not be present during the Championship, but I might come over since I really like it here,” said a journalist from South America.
A famous Slovakian traveler Jozef Karovič also visited Jested Mountains. Two beautiful girls Teresa and Iris from Hong Kong noted down only a few signs in the guest book and write down in English: „It´s nice tu be in Ještěd, it´s beutiful here!“
Miss Anette Kriegel teaches German language at a university and she comes to Jested every time when somebody from Germany came to visit her. She expressed her excitement concerning not only Jested: “I will surely return, I would love to see the forthcoming Bats’ night. I might work as an interpreter during the Championship.”
A tourist with a huge backpack went down Jested early in the morning and kept on going towards railway station. Sixty two year old pensioner took a trip all the way from Eisenach. He crossed the border in Hřensko, Czech Republic, he continued over Jizera Mountains to Krkonoše Mountains and Moravia. Then he carried on strolling to Slovakian mountains and Budapest. Horst Kalen heading to Garmisch-Partenkirchen drank a small beer and set out on a trip to railway station. He only made one remark: “When I travel, I drink your tasty beer, may the next year be a good one, God be with you.”
Mistr Podještědský


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