Hotel Cisar Ferdinand

Address: TG Masaryka 136, Loket, Bohemia, 35733, Czech Republic | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on TG Masaryka 136, Loket.
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      Dresden, Germany

      A travel blog entry by hippler on Nov 02, 2014

      77 photos

      It was a short train ride from Prague to Dresden. The scenery was pretty as we followed the Elbe and another river north. We took a tram to the Motel One on the other side of the Elbe. It's a German chain and we were impressed with the value. It's at least 6X as great as a motel 6, not 1/6th. We were halfway between the Altstadt (old town) and the Neustadt. As you may know, Dresden was totally destroyed by allied bombers ...

      Terezin

      A travel blog entry by kathleen.vogel on Oct 09, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... the man who assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand was held.Once the Nazis were in Czechoslovakia they established the Small Fortress as the headquarters of the Prague Secret Police, or Gestapo. We witnessed the bunkers where up to 100 prisoners were held together, more often than not most were suffering from dysentery and shared one small toilet. The showers were one room- men would shower one day, women another, though not very often. Before they showered they would hand their ...

      Saxon Swiss N.P. Serendipity!

      A travel blog entry by linda.g on Oct 05, 2014

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... network of trails called Malerweg which means Painter's Way. In the early parts of the C19, during the Romantic Period, the well to do folk became fond of this rocky, sandstone region. A number of painters (the first were Swiss) and writers came to the area for creative inspiration. Along the tracks, we occasionally came across photos of the original artworks, placed in the position where they painted the scene. The walk took us about 5 hours in all, ...

      Heading south for the winter

      A travel blog entry by richymariner on Sep 29, 2014

      6 photos

      As our job/ course finished, we decided to head south for the winter to spend time with friends and family down there, before that though, I decided to visit someone from a previous job in Dresden.

      Dresden is another historical place but even now it has its very modern parts (some very artistic areas too, and an outdoor gear store where you can test ...

      Last day alone

      A travel blog entry by kuerbis on Aug 03, 2013

      60 photos

      ... This is why I thought a play wouldn't be bad to see, cause even if I couldn't understand everything, I could have followed the action. This still wasn't bad, but I'm pretty sure I missed a lot of it. I mean, I could catch words, and I know she talked a lot about different regions in Germany and accents (this is a very popular topic among Germans). One of my favorite parts was her singing Hava Nagila, and I sang all the words (so ...