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This is a beautiful Spa town . The hotels are spectacular , perched on cliffs .painted in beautiful colours Most were built 1880 when taking the waters was popular , but has been a spa town for hundreds of years .
There are many fountains of hot water for people to drink . They recommend that you use a teapot shaped cup to sip the water as you walk slowly .
They eh all looked silly , but the cup vendors happy .
there is a river flowing ...
... designer label! The whole town was spotlessly beautiful and gleamed. We were only there for two hours so we wandered the streets for a little while, had lunch, and peeked inside one of the expensive hotel lobbys. It was a nice break from the long drive. After lunch we piled back on the bus for 3 more hours to Nuremberg. Finally at 4:35 we got to walk on to our river boat. What a difference from ocean liners! We literally stepped right onto the ...
... time exploring claustrophobic mines where children were employed, cutting away at the rock in these small caves at a rate of 1cm per day! In the evening we had another tasty Czech dish, Bramborak (potato pancakes). After dinner we walked to the nearest town where we met some locals at the pub. 18 crowns for a pint of beer ($NZ1.06). Tom who spoke German made a new best friend and exchanged addresses with a friendly local ...
So I went to Karlovy Vary, a town 2 hours away north west from Prague, with an organized tour from our university.
They said it was a Spa-Town. So what did I bring logicly?! Yes, I brought my bathing suit...
Freaking town with hot springs is not at all what I imagined. They have these water fountains that serve hot water from the springs for all to drink, enjoy and be cured of whatever illness you have.
Tasted like **** in my opinion.
So I ...
On one of the days we were in The Czech Republic, Olivia and I took a trip over to an area called Karlovy Vary (a.k.a. Carlsbad). It was about a 2-hour bus ride away. There, we were staying with a host we found on couchsurfing. It's a rather small town and especially during offseason, it’s hard to find people who will open their couch to travelers. Our host was/is an English teacher and shares a flat with a police officer. I felt pretty safe. They were ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed