- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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... There were regular windows at the top - to let the light in - so you could see the most magnificent paintings on the wall and the ceilings. The church was totally white/cream on the inside . Rudy said that since most of the population was illiterate, the paintings were used to illustrate the bible to them. There were so many. It was just beautiful. Words can't do it justice. Hope a few pictures do it a little justice.
From there, we had a little time to wander ...
... did see the backroads of the Czeck Republic. Once we arrived safely, we got to touring and did a castle tour........meh..........but the views were great. We then walked around this old old town and had a great and inexpensive dinner at a local place. The town is actually very charming but is also very popular with Japanese tourists. It must be so packed in the high ...
... courtyard we climbed the Castle tower and experienced a grand view over the Castle and Old a Town. We then spent the rest of the day pottering about the cobbled streets until well after 5:00 pm before commencing the 2 hour drive to Prague. Our AirB&B accommodation in Prague is in the pedestrian zone of the main Square. There were thousands of pedestrians walking towards the car as we negotiated the narrow street to our ...
... united, and gave us the history of the town. The tour ended up at the famous castle and the castle gardens, and we got some beautiful photos from the castle lookouts. The castle has a second moat, which has bears in it, but unfortunately they were hiding so we didn't get to see them. Once the tour was over, we found a little shop and had hot dogs for lunch. They cost 20 koruna, about $1, so I had two. Jess ordered what she thought was a chocolate chip cookie, but the guy serving ...
Woke up rather early and in a mild panic bought a lonely planet guide for Prague and the Czech Republic on Kindle. Handy but the reviews said it was a bit out of date. Things like backpacker hostel addresses are particularly useful.
Anyway had breakfast and the lady who takes the money turned up. The bill for half board was about e38; the meal was e8. I was left with mixed feelings; the people were nice but also felt that my alternatives were limited.