Sport Relax Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Maria Theresa. This woman delivered 16 children, her youngest child and daughter was Marie Antoinette, who as known was murdered in the French revolution. The grounds of the palace are approximately 1.8 sq km's. The palace itself had 1400 rooms. As it is now school holidays here, the visitors for the day would have been in the 1000's plus, of all nationalities. On returning back to the ship, we got ready for the Captains Farewell dinner. A couple from our group got invited ...
... bikes. Was happier when we took off the pannier bags. In with the bikes and then with all the gear. We were loaded into one of the awaiting buses.
It all happened in a hurry so we didn't think about our bags that contained the IPad and Tablet and my passport. So was a tad concerned when separated from these vital items. We were on the bus for about an hour - bypassing three stations. The bus called into all three and made a delivery at only one. We were very ...
... from the beginning of World War II until now. As it was now 4.00pm we set off to the Imperial Cafe (which Susan had found on Trip Advisor). Another magnificent establishment where we enjoyed a late afternoon tea. Susan, Jenny and I shared two delicious treats - a chocolate tart and a raspberry cake. We've decided no cakes tomorrow, but its amazing how cheap everything ...
... middle of the tower with me AS FAR AWAY from the windows as possible. It was really amazing to see all the old astronomical and other scientific instruments, plus the amazing collection of terrestrial and celestial globes. One of our favorite places so far, I think !
We finished our tour at the calming and revivifying gardens of the Wallenstein Palace, which is actually the Czech Senate building today. Another must see for when you come to ...
... There were at least a few thousand people there, and everyone’s country of origin was printed on their name badge so it was fascinating to see people from literally everywhere; Algeria to Iceland, Angola to India, Argentina to Indonesia; Libya to Lebanon; Bolivia to Bulgaria. I think you get the point. Although such conferences generally do a good job of making me feel lost in a sea of people who are smarter, more accomplished, and more experienced than ...