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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... It is the oldest surviving active synagogue in Europe. The Nazis didn't destroy any of the 7 synagogues as they planned to turn them into museums to an extinct race! From the earliest of times the Jewish quarter was walled and locked up at night, both by the Jews themselves and by the city residents. Even the influential Jewish men could not stay anywhere else in the evenings and had to return to the ghetto. Prominent writer Franz Kafka was born there. It is ...
... from the Rolling Stones paid for the cathedral to have spotlights. Very cool Keithy boy – he must have purchased some quality recreational materials here and felt quite generous towards the city! Naturally, we stopped mid-visit to rehydrate at a brewery that has been on site for centuries and sampled their brew. While we were there, we got talking to some Americans. One of them was a politician from New Jersey and another worked for IBM from his home ...
... had slow baked pâté from Krivoklát wild hare and mouflon with red wine jelly and cranberry. My main was Central Bohemian piglet rump cooked in a vacuum and smoked pork brisket, potato dumplings stuffed with bacon and fried onions, red cabbage with apple and star anis. Absolute heaven. I had a glass of Czech white and a glass of Czech red. My waiter did make me laugh when he asked whether I wanted Czech or German wine. I know German wine is ok but I am not in ...
... walk to, and complained the whole way. But I'm glad I did. We wound our way around the back of town to a hidden door. Underneath was a massive cellar that had been there since the 16th century. We were the only people there: we ate a cheeseboard and roast duck confit with cabbage!!! And I had an in house IPA. It was delicious. Food makes the world go round. Turns out the place was recommended by the king of France x 2 a few hundred years ago. I could see ...
... Daaviiiid! sob sob, " and there at the foot of the steps was my Treas who promptly berated me for leaving her.... Sigh! It's hard being a man sometimes.... Made it back to camp safe and when we got there found that it was all happening, and there was music and a big open-pit fire, and lots of people around the excellent bar there, so we had a quick drink and hit the sack. Today - Monday? Who knows... No wifi, so no photos today - May edit some in later. Cheers The ...