Amber Hotel Vavrinec

Address: Karlovo Square 20, Roudnice nad Labem, Bohemia, 41310, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Karlovo Square 20, Roudnice nad Labem.
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    Travel Blogs from Roudnice nad Labem

    I wish I could thank you for not smoking

    A travel blog entry by lb12 on Sep 06, 2015

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    ... a good view of Prague from up there. Earlier in the day I had seen an ad for Hooters which said they had (unsurprisingly) sports channels. I made it there to watch the last five laps of the Italian Grand Prix in Czech. In the process I found the most expensive beer in Prague at CZK 65 (including tip) for 400ml. Other places sold beer for between CZK 20 (for 300ml) and 40 (for 500ml). Before visiting the Museum of Communism (CZK 190) I walked to the Republican Square but found it ...

    So many things I want to show you!

    A travel blog entry by momcashe33 on Aug 06, 2015

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    ... on its grounds and over a 1000 years of history. Today it remains the first residence of the President. We could tell he was in town as the flag was high on the pole. We were not in time to see the changing of the guards which occurs every hour. We enjoyed touring the castle gardens and seeing the large carpe fish stocked in the ponds, swans and peacocks which roamed the grounds. In Prague, people celebrate Christmas Eve with a traditional ...

    Thunderstorms and a free walking tour

    A travel blog entry by birteuk on Jul 25, 2015

    40 photos

    ... at the time wrote in German and his books became famous in West Germany, Switzerland and Austria. The Nazis banned his books as they contained anti authoritarian writing. His books were also banned under Communism and nobody outside the German speaking areas had heard about him until 1989. In 2003 the last of his works was translated into Czech and nowadays the Metamorphosis statue commemorates him. Considering they didn't really know Kafka Prague now is Kafka Central and ...

    Another big day Prague

    A travel blog entry by yaffa on Aug 05, 2014

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    ... at about 9.00 and headed for the square to pick up our tour at 10.30. All the sops opened at 9.00 so we just walked in and out of the modern department stores and then down side lanes - Ida tried to find Paul's building but we forgot your instructions, we also went past the Jerusalem shule it is an outstanding looking building but it was still closed so couldn't go inside shame. Finally it was time to go to the office for our tour . Our tour leader was a woman ...

    Je to hesky? To je czechy!

    A travel blog entry by bmenke on Feb 15, 2014

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    ... the directions to our hostel were from a different train station. 21st century problems...took us a half hour to find WiFi so we could figure out how to get to our hostel.

    I hear from people all the time about how Prague is their favorite city in the world. After our first full day I can imagine why. "Je to hesky? To me czechy!" Is it nifty? Then it's Czech! The city is full of beautiful architecture and bridges. The food is hearty meat ...