Amber Hotel Vavrinec
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
TripAdvisor Reviews Amber Hotel Vavrinec Roudnice nad Labem
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... emphasizing by pointing to the ground. We did as we were told. Next time a train was approaching, she came out to czech on us! The train arrived late and we were escorted out to track #4 by the nice lady. We had to haul the loaded bikes up about 6 stairs into the train. The conductor helped us with both bikes. 'Twas a bit of a struggle. We were on the first of two trains to Prague. There were 7 bikes in the bike section so it was ...
... to ask the guard to be sure. We found out that the train was 'kaput' and that they were putting us on another train for the first part of the trip, finding it in 'Danish spare parts'! That meant our seat reservations were meaningless, that there wasn't enough room on the train and that there was no real space for suitcases - great. People had no idea what was happening, so Peter began explaining it to them and told one ...
... to the little, bone church in Kutna Hora, but figured with all
the graphic games they play on playstation that they would be fine with seeing 40,000 human bones on display decorating the church.
Such a weird, unusual, strange place. Chandeliers, shields, roof high piles of bones make this a place that you will never forget.
Seeing skulls with holes and cuts from knife, arrow, hammer wounds ...
... hill. This was after catching the right tram 22 but went the wrong way. We were going down the hill instead of up, we had quite a laugh and then finally got on the right tram up to the castle. We arrived in time for changing of the guards (video). Photos of church and grounds attached. We then walked all the way back to our apartment where Russell and Neil needed a sleep and Carolyn and I caught up on emails/blog Off for dinner ...
... of head, about three fingers worth. We all really enjoyed the beer.
I started to introduce myself to the others in the group. Isaac and Cecelia were are from Norway, and are studying medicine in no particular field. Cecelia is an avid traveler, her favorite places including Havana and Mumbai. We discussed Cuba, and her other experiences abroad. I also met Rayden, an American from Fort Lauderdale but studying public policy in Cambridge. We briefly ...