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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... of the Secret Escape deal) as we wander on a lovely sunny morning the beauty of the buildings grabs me again. I have done a little research now and having established that Karlovy Vary and Carlsbad are one in the same, can't help but wonder why I have heard of Carlsbad, anyway I digress...it appears that this used to be known as the Sudentaland (German Speaking in the main) but post WWII it was given to the newly formed Czechoslovakia and the Germans ousted - hence two ...
Today is walking day, so we plan a route with a little help from my 'Triposo' App. This is free and the best App I have found for Worldwide Travel. It even works well offline. Our first planned stop is at the 'Jan Becher Museum' who invented the national alcoholic sprit called ...
... in the hotel, Strudel 9/10, coffee 10/10 and then head for a relax and then maybe later a swim. On looking around the hotel and the spa area, two things strike me: firstly, this is a real Spa hotel, with resident Doctors and Dieticians where you can indulge from the likes of a eyebrow tweeze through to an endoscopy!!....I'll just be booking a massage...secondly, the clientele are a mix of East European, German and East Asian..not a Brit in sight. Once having enjoyed a relax we went ...
There are no hiccups getting through Prague Airport and we head off to get of 'Inter-City' bus tickets for the next leg of the journey. I did some research and found that this is the best option for time and cost. It worked out to be £5 each for a trip just short of two hours. En Route my thoughts go back to earlier this year travelling from Sofia to Bansko in Bulgaria. That country has its challenges and history has ...
... early dinner. Challenging was the first menu in Czech, Russian and German we were given. The waitress on detecting our difficulty soon returned with a second where a few dishes had been translated to English. Emma ordered a penne with salmon cooked in a cream sauce and I rolled pork loin stuffed with blue cheese and spinach accompanied with Rosti. The wine choice was very simple a glass of white or red. We had one of each and then we returned to our rooms. Note plural, we possess ...