Hotel Grand

Address: Pod Lipami 265, Revnice, Bohemia, 252 30, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Pod Lipami 265, Revnice, is near Karlstejn Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Revnice

Final day in Praha

A travel blog entry by runner613 on Oct 02, 2015

Busy the newlees know any other? The highs & lows today...highs were drinks by the master mixologist at restaurant in the tv tower, high above the city just plain amazing! Low had to be our after dinner stroll. Thought we were in lovely area but no, not quite. Can u say Red Light District??? Pimps & hookers (like straight out of Pretty Woman) in ...

Our European Adventure - Chapter 14 - Czech Rep.

A travel blog entry by brods1 on Sep 16, 2015

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... result of our little adventure, so Alita moves between various compartments chatting, whilst I sit alone and continue writing that damn blog. As I said we expected to stop at a few stations, but one of these stops seems to be a bit longer than the others. At every stop there is always some sort of announcement, in German, so we tend to ignore it, and the same happened at our latest stop. After we had been stationary for several minutes, an inspector walks down our corridor, sees ...

Golden City of a thousand spires

A travel blog entry by roprysa on Aug 14, 2015

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... the negatives were the view was not the greatest let alone for taking pictures. One of the highlights was Wenceslas Square, dubbed the cultural centre of Prague. At the top of the hill was the neoclassical National Museum, large ornate building that has massive presence. The other main structure is the equestrian statue of the patron saint of Bohemia, St Wenceslas. A rather somber grave also marks the spot where a student named Jan Palach set himself on fire ...

Budapest to Prague

A travel blog entry by eliseadermann on Jul 10, 2015

... for gf. We found and amazing Italian/Czech restaurant where EVERYTHING is gluten free called Alriso Risotteria Italian. It was so good! They brought out potato and herb bread to start and rosè, we had tomato, basil and mozzerella for entree, E - pasta w. Bacon, roast garlic and chili, D - pasta with mushroom and then we shared a tiramisu and coffee for dessert. Amazing! We did a short walk to the river and then have come back to the unit to watch an ep of Suits and then ...

Picturesque Prague

A travel blog entry by shiva.pasumarty on Jul 09, 2015

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... yourself a day break by relaxing if possible when you travel by Train or Bus in case you have the trip planned because it takes 10 to 15 hours to travel from different countries in Europe. I took flights from Paris to Prague and Prague to Amsterdam to avoid long journeys since time is luxury for me and I couldn't spend it on just commuting. The train from Amsterdam to Paris via brussels takes only 3 hours so that's still worth it. Make sure not to exceed your travel ...