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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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... the town square of Olomouc was large and attractive with hardly a tourist in sight, just a few locals strolling through on their way home from work. So the square was a large open space as it should be. There were several monuments and an interesting fountain but what really caught our attention was the large cheese shop set up by a local cheese producer. The shop was stocked with not only a large variety of interesting cheeses but also many wines and other tasty looking ...
... 22823;橋（ Charles Bridge）。不管& #26159;有霧的清 晨，還是在 ;晚上看到द 7;，後面的ð 67;拉格城堡 223;色依舊風 6223;如畫。由 26044;時有醉翁& #26377;意無意破 壞雕塑，海 ...
... had been badly damaged by floods in 1342, and served as an important connection for trade between the east and west. It was completed by Petr Parléř, who also designed St. Vitus Cathedral, in 1402. The bridge was open to cars through 1965. Each end of the 515-meter-long span is fortified by the Malá Strana Bridge Towers and the Old Town Bridge Tower, respectively. The smaller of the Malá Strana towers is a relic of Judith Bridge dating to the 12th century ...
... small, very simple two story, some square, others more rectangular, all with a steep sloping roof. At times, flashing past in the train, I could catch a glimpse of what I would call a farmers garden - even bigger than Lorna's at Eight Mile Creek, terraced up the hillside behind the house. When we arrived it took a bit of time to get our bearings. I had to stop Beryl doing some busking, tap dancing on Simons suitcase while he and Eddy sorted ...
... up from the very top of the tower. The tourists go crazy for it. And all this within low crawl distance from our apartment. We felt like locals with every passing minute. In fact every time a tourist brochure was pushed at us or we got another pitch to ride a Segway scooter for an hour, I smugly said “we live here” and they went away.
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