Hotel Beethoven

Address: Teplice, Bohemia, 415 01, Czech Republic | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located in Teplice.
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Travel Blogs from Teplice

Terezin, the final chapter

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 20, 2014

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... the Germans, they attempted to destroy all copies. Bits and pieces, however, have been found. The portion being shown in the small theater at the small fortress the day we were there shows a healthy, smiling and raucous crowd watching the camp’s athletes playing in a soccer match.

The town’s population was drastically pared back prior to the Red Cross visit to eliminate the appearance of overcrowding. And others, not part of the production, ...

Beautiful rocks

A travel blog entry by astre on Oct 09, 2014

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... to Koenigstein. We found the Fusten Express to go up there for 3 euros per person. We didn't buy the return ticket...

We took an open top bus first then a little red train. The entrance fee for the fortress was 8 euros per person. It used a big lift that can fit 60 people or a car. The towers and fortress weren't too impressive. I grew tired listening to the audio guide :P The view was amazing. ...

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 ...

Haunting Terezin

A travel blog entry by leahclay on Jul 24, 2013

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... cafe. The Jews never got to use them, except for when the Red Cross came through; driving their car through the ghetto for less than an hour. When you drive through today it doesn't look half bad, but then you remember that they were forced to live there and were guarded and not allowed to leave. They weren't allowed to even walk on certain sidewalks, enter parks, etc. Oh, and the town was meant for about 7,000 people. The Nazis crammed in 60,000. ...

Ramblings

A travel blog entry by kuerbis on Jun 21, 2013

... but at home I would probably go for walks with my dog, or hang out with my brother or friends, or BAKE (oh how I miss baking. I swear, there is going to be baking everyday for, like, a week when I get back. I REALLY miss that. I know, I keep saying it, but... yeah, hahaha, don't want it to be a shock to my parents when I get home and I run to the kitchen laughing like a maniac and start hrowing things in bowls, ...