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Travel Blogs from Karlovy Vary
That morning we departed at 7.00 from our house since we wanted to arrive in Karlovy Vary at about 9.00. We decided to visit Karlovy Vary because itīs a famous spa town where the internationally famous Mattoni mineral water is produced and where the annual film festival is held. In my opinion itīs not the most beautiful one, however, tourists from all over the world are coming to see so Gonzalo obviously didnīt want to leave the Czech Republic for the third ...
... Am only to be awoken by Rob at 7 Am this morning as we had agreed to put the VW engine back into to car.
Of course things always look easy but the reality is that a five minute job can take an hour or more.
My things were already packed and the BMW motorcycle ready to go. The plan was to head for Norway but a check on the weather made me ditch that plan as I don't fancy riding to a city (Stavanger) where it is only ...
We slept well - the hotel is very quiet, backs onto a mountain park, and has very good double glazing. This morning we hired bikes from the hotel and rode up one of the roads heading up over the hills so that we could look down on the town. No motor on my bike - yikes! I had to ride up the hill under my own steam. Needless to say, I was quite a bit slower than Garth, but we still managed to enjoy the ride. Garth even went ...
... where the liquer was created in 1807, which was originally sold as a stomach medication until it gained popularity as an herbal alcoholic beverge for mixing or just for sipping on its own. Good for the stomach and for the soul!
After five wet and very chilly days, we were ready to bid farewell to Karlovy Vary and continue our journey through Czech. Now off to the town where pilsner beer was created; Plzen!
... charge. Our four vans are squashed together and the drinking water tap is in a fairly squalid lean to - but position is everything and on the whole we're satisfied. We walked into town in hot sunshine and explored an area we hadn't been to when at Sadov. The buildings really are amazing as are the shops. Shop window after shop window is full of Bohemian glass and porcelain. As for clothes, designer labels everywhere and should you ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet