Dum na Navsi
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Teplice
Was beaten to the bathroom by Colin this morning at 7am as the ship was about to 'cast off' (I'm learning all the nautical terms!). I lay in bed watching the view from the bridge on our TV. While I had my shower he was up on the sun deck with the camera.
After breakfast we went up to the sun deck but weather was not brilliant - heavy drizzle. We missed the German lesson to ...
Slept very well and didn't fall out of our single beds. Breakfast was amazing - fresh fruit, dried fruit, yogurts, cold meats and cheeses, cooked breakfast, cakes, biscuits, champagne... (Didn't have the champagne!) We couldn't understand why we came straight to Litomerice and not Melnik. Since the floods in June some of the locks are still damaged so we could not sail from there. To make up for it we cruised part way along the river, through one of the locks, then turned round ...
Had a good night's sleep and up early as cases had to be outside our rooms just after 8. Went down to breakfast, a buffet with fresh fruit, yogurt, cold meats, pancakes and pastries.
Left hotel at 9.30 for short drive to Prague Castle. Had excellent guide who took us around. Have radio receiver headsets so we can hear our guide, even when she walks away, so need to watch where she is all ...
... on their fields. People in general didn't look as happy or as healthy in this part of the country side. Not making a stereotype of anything like that, just a bit of an observation. Could be for many reasons, would be interesting to look into.
As it began to get dark, we found a nice forest to set up camp for the night. We quickly made a meal of green Veges (spinach and beans) with noodles and soy sauce and happily went to sleep. I think we both needed ...
Most of today was spent at Terezín, which is best described as a niche concentration camp. It wasn't quite a death camp like Auschwitz, but rather a place for political prisoners and Jewish elite. It was also used as a Nazi propaganda piece to show the world how 'well-treated' the Jews were. As a former castle, then a town, it was converted ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed