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Travel Blogs from Karlovy Vary
... enjoying this disgusting beverage while walking along the colonnade.
Then we decided to climb up the highest point of Karlovy Vary where the observation tower “Diana” is situated. Since we needed to save energy (or we were just a little bit lazy) we took a funicular that took us on the top of the hill and then we just did the downhill on our own without any problems.
The tower was built in 1914. Observation deck on the top of ...
... sic) out in the morning)
The place looks pretty so deserves some time. From here I will head further south into Slovenia and /or Croatia and promised myself to take it easy as today I have hammering it at a steady 130 km per hour most of the afternoon, as I needed to cover the 780 km distance before it was getting dark. Giving me an average of just over 100km per hour including three stops and some slow riding due to road ...
... a second lap, while I rode slowly back to the hotel. Glutton for punishment, that boy! After the bike ride, we walked up the hill next to our hotel to the Diana lookout, then strolled back through the beautiful forest to the Jeleni Skok lookout for cake and coffee. There is a funicular railway that goes from the Grand Hotel Pupp (a hotel that has featured in a couple of movies - Last Holiday, and Casino Royal) to the ...
... sometimes you just have to grin and bear it!
We visited two spas during our stay - one for a brief massage and mineral water swim, and a second, less traditional beer spa to be soaked in an oak tub of malt, hops, yeast and beer; we literally brewed like beer. To add to the experience we had an hour of unlimited self-serve beer and beer bread to munch on. Beer spa kicked mineral spa's ass!
... charge. Our four vans are squashed together and the drinking water tap is in a fairly squalid lean to - but position is everything and on the whole we're satisfied. We walked into town in hot sunshine and explored an area we hadn't been to when at Sadov. The buildings really are amazing as are the shops. Shop window after shop window is full of Bohemian glass and porcelain. As for clothes, designer labels everywhere and should you ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed