Hotel Almond

Address: Stara Duchcovska, 28, Teplice, Bohemia, 418 01, Czech Republic | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Stara Duchcovska, 28, Teplice.
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Travel Blogs from Teplice

Terezin Ghetto

A travel blog entry by arosine on May 27, 2015

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... and proved very knowledgable. Her father was in a concentration camp and was also a musician, but not in Terezin (Thereseinstadt).

When walking through camps such as Terezin and Dachau I feel great reverence toward the people who suffered. Although "not a happy visit, an important one," in Jana's words.
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'Nuke town' where did everybody go?

A travel blog entry by 3pairsofpants on Apr 30, 2015

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So it wasn't actualy a 'Nuke town' but il get to that naming shortly...

Our time was up in prague and it was great. We had finaly left the UK and started what we planned months ago! The plan was North towards to a place near to the Polish border called 'Teplice nad Matuji'. Here we wanted to go spend some time in the mountains for my birthday and go see some big rocks. Your probably thinking really, why not stay in the city and get ******? Nothing is More fun ...

Terezin, the final chapter

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 20, 2014

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... the several streets that were to be part of the grand charade. (The point is made repeatedly in the literature that the Red Cross officials never deviated from the path chosen to be walked through town by the Nazis. They willingly went through the whole exercise with blinders on, according to Wouk and other accounts.)

All the bit players in a film to be made of the visit were given new clothes, “L 1” street was changed to ...

Beautiful rocks

A travel blog entry by astre on Oct 09, 2014

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... us to ask the officer who spoke no English. We got a family day ticket for 18.50 euros. We met the Swiss guy and chatted a little and boarded the train at 9:51am.

Ascend to Bastei at 11 am. We got to the baste within an hour. It has very nice view of the Elbe (river). We also walked to Scho something which was 20 minutes from the bastei. There was a moist descent and I didn't like it. We ...

Last day alone (for realz this time (I think...))

A travel blog entry by kuerbis on Aug 06, 2013

... being better, which runs into German beer being better...) and THREE: How to eat properly. This is the one that I got today, and is maybe, by far, the most annoying, cause it kind of combines all three (well, it doesn't really talk about German food/bio food, but... it DOES talk about food/eating). I think the first time was about licking knives and how "when you go to a 5 star restaurant" or "in public in Germany" that is impolite (this is probably because, I have deduced, ...