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... the £1.50 equiv. ticket price as the views are very good. On appreciating the views, post climbing 150 steps, we set off back down the hillside through the woodland back towards the hotel and to get ready for dinner. Day 3 Evening - The Old Town We decide to head back into town for dinner, it's a lovely evening and as we walk down we stop in a little bar on the side, again I have the local wine and better half the beer, all in...less than £3 equiv.,...we ...
Today is walking day, so we plan a route with a little help from my 'Triposo' App. This is free and the best App I have found for Worldwide Travel. It even works well offline. Our first planned stop is at the 'Jan Becher Museum' who invented the national alcoholic sprit called ...
Day 2 PM - The Hotel Upon entrance into the hotel the grandness continues, a friendly welcome in English (thank goodness) let's face it other than a small amount of German I am in language terms inept! and then we are shown around the stylish hotel and up to our room, which is stylish, large, clean, with views across the buildings to the woods and Cathedral of St Paul and Peter (which despite being under scaffolding you can still appreciate its true beauty.) As it is late we decide to grab ...
... The Savoy Westend Hotel. First impressions are fabulous and it looks like Helen and 'Secret Escapes' have done a great job once again. It is mid-afternoon and we decide to use the hotel facilities for today and explore Karlovy Vary tomorrow. We have Apple Strudel and coffee, and then check out the hotel. In short it is amazing and we are extremely impressed. We take a dip in the 25 metre pool and after ...
... Dining table, lounge on which I am now pleasantly stretched, bathroom and bedroom. Obviously they don't wish us to self cater. The kitchen possesses only two bread and butter plates, two small tumblers, a cup each and no cutlery or Cooking utensils? Dining out, inexpensive here, seems the best option. Well we have certainly had a slow start. No wake up call. No train to catch and threatening clouds allowed for a sleep in, cups of tea, photo editing, and stretching ...