EA Hotel Esplanade I & II
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... and drinking nasty water from my new spa cup, we then headed to the Becherovka factory. Becherovka was designed by Jan Becher in Karlovy Vary. This drink was originally designed as a medicine that aids with digestive problems. The taste was liked so much, however, that it has now been turned into a famous Czech drink. ISA took us through the history of the medicine and then we all got to try a little bit of it. It definitely had an interesting flavor! Afterwards, ...
... Tepla Monastery.
This Monastery or Abbey is the second oldest of its kind in the Czech Republic and has been around since 1193. My favorite part of the monastery was the library. This library had thousands of books that dated back as far as 850 A.D. and some were even in old ancient languages. After the monastery we checked into our accommodation for the weekend, the Villa Anita. This was set up like a B&B and it was nice to not be in a hostel again. That evening we ...
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Then we went home and watched Frozen, well I didn't I was on my ipad mini.
Then the next day was the final day and we went up a funicular to a hill beside us.
It had a lighthouse and a mini zoo. There was goats, horses and pigs. We fed them hay.
We did those things and walked down having fun with ...
... Frozen. Zara said all of us had to watch Frozen.
At night we all watched Night at the Museum, the Secret of the Tomb.
We walked up a mountain. There was a mini Zoo at the top. We fed them hay. There was 2 horses, 2 pigs and 5 goats.
We walked back down and Riley, Zara and I grabbed sticks. They called us the A team. ...
... on these healing waters.
So when in Karlovy Vary…..
We buy the porcelain cup, fill it up from the hot spring taps and take our first sip of the water, only to almost gag and spit it out because it tastes horrible.
Greg describes the taste as old copper pipes or what you get when camping on Currigee.
We had the most delicious dinner in a restaurant filled with ...