The Apartments Certovka

Address: Certovka 608, Kolin, Bohemia, 51246, Czech Republic | 3 star condo
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Travel Blogs from Kolin


A travel blog entry by journeyguy on Aug 23, 2015

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... sure they are replicas but they add to the atmosphere * An upside-down dead horse being ridden by Saint Wenceslas. I had to Google this one. The statue was simply to weird otherwise. Apparently, it is a critique of the governments. Saint Wenceslas represents all things Czech and he is featured in a statue at the head of the Wenceslas Square on an upright horse -- although one could argue that the stone horse is not alive ...

Czech this out!

A travel blog entry by mrarnold on Aug 02, 2015

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... crowded. There were many impressive street performers giving the streets a really vibrant feel. We explored the huge castle overlooking the city and visited the Gothic cathedral there, St Vitus. We caught a cool Art Nouveau exhibition at Municipal House, it was interesting to see how artists in the late 1800's began to buck traditional trends and transform not just art but everything....architecture, clothing, furniture, jewellery ...

No! For Toilet!

A travel blog entry by blach on Jul 19, 2015

We got up at 7am and were ready to leave for 8am as planned. With the waste tanks empty the only thing left was the toilet. At the Motorhome service point was what we thought to be the elsan. It looked like an elsan, smelt like an elsan. A sign above saying said No! For toilet, We understood it to mean not fresh water. So Michael went ahead and proceeded to empty the toilet. Then as if in slow motion the whole thing blocked with the toilet paper. A ...

Walking in Prague

A travel blog entry by benny52 on Jun 24, 2015

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... He was excellent, presenting just the right amount of history and anecdotal stories dispersed with good humour, which left us with an appreciation of the background and culture to this city. We visited the Astronomical clock, Tyn Church, Franz Kafka's house, the Rudolfinum, the old Jewish quarter, the Powder Tower and in the distance saw Charles Bridge and on the other side of the River Vltava ...

Hot in Prague

A travel blog entry by garrcon on Jun 16, 2014

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... could get lost --- so now we walked over to the Vysehrad castle, not nearly as popular as the other castle on the hill, but still interesting and not so many tourists. We walked around the grounds , then were going to go into the church, but there was a wedding going on, and once again we were not invited in, so we went for lunch. The guy in his eatery had basically no English, , so he was trying to describe what he had, and I guess I asked too many questions, and ...