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It's hard work not working. OK, it's not hard work - but even so one must take time to pamper oneself.... no? Bohemia has its own spa region, a whole industry "springing" from the ground with natural mineral waters - hot and cold. The heyday of the Bohemian spas occurred in the late 19th and early 20th century, attracting world travellers …
Probably the most beautiful is the Mill Colonnade in the Neo-Renaissance style. It is 132 meters long, 13 meters wide and has 124 columns. It stretches over five hot springs.
The Hot Spring Colonnade is where you can not only drink the curative waters of the Vridlo (literally "Hot Spring", temperature 73°C/163°F), the best-known of the springs and symbol of Karlovy Vary, but also admire the 14-meter high fountain that ...
Today we drove towards the German border and visited one of the popular spa towns in Western Bohemia called Marianske Lazne. We then crossed the border late in the afternoon and spent the night in a campsite in Neustadt a.d. Waldnaab.
Dnes jsme jeli smerem k nemeckym hranicim a navstivili jsme jedno ze znamych lazenskych mest v zapadnich Cechach – Marianske Lazne. Pak jsme prekrocili hranice a stravili noc v kempu v Neustadt a.d. ...
... and than face very high mountain passes where I can expect the temperatures to drop to perhaps 10 degrees or lower.
Dead on two pm I left Rob's place and headed east towards Germany. I had already booked my hostel so I had a goal. Just over an hour later I crossed into Germany and by 9 PM I entered and crossed the border of the Czech Republic to arrive shortly afterwards at a place called Cheb (which I will Czeck ...
... a second lap, while I rode slowly back to the hotel. Glutton for punishment, that boy! After the bike ride, we walked up the hill next to our hotel to the Diana lookout, then strolled back through the beautiful forest to the Jeleni Skok lookout for cake and coffee. There is a funicular railway that goes from the Grand Hotel Pupp (a hotel that has featured in a couple of movies - Last Holiday, and Casino Royal) to the ...
We stayed here in October.... quiet season. The place was not staffed except in the morning. When other guests came late at night, drunk and loud, we had no support. The breakfast was good. Prices reasonable relative to other choices in the area.
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