Travel Blogs from Podebrady
... wet. I was on slicks and stacked it on more than one occasion whilst trying to navigate the maze of cobble stone streets. The first drink was at some Mexican feeling place right on the town square. From there we went to the local Czech restaurant which lee recommended to eat the proper cuisine. Amazing food! I stupidly went against (just for the moment) what Ash said about the pork knee. Alex had it though. Or maybe IT had Alex. It was large enough to put ...
... and we hung out with them till the end as Sinclair returned earlier. The festival was super cool (it is called Fiesta Fresa or something of the sort) The evening was full of drinks, food, dancing workshops, suntanning and swimming. I had never been to an event like this, and I really loved it. There were at least 200 or 300 people. Later at night, around 10pm, a live band started playing. I got nostalgic as they played many of the songs that my dear friends at Union ...
... to the patriots everywhere. There is a museum next to the crypt that tells the story of the event (called Operation Anthropoid) starting with the Munich Agreement between the Soviet Union, Germany, UK, France, Italy, Hungary and Poland which gave about one third of Czeckoslavia's land (and people) to adjoining countries. Notably, the Czech people were not invited to the discussions, and had no say in the giving away of their ...
... books. We rode a bike trail full of kids and adults of all ages riding bikes and rollerblading near the river. It was such a nice ride and was nice to get a little exercise to burn off a little of all the rich food and drink I have been consuming. Of course when in Prague, you must see some of the nightlife. There were four of us in the B&B last night that decided to go to a place called Palac Ackropolis. It was very busy but ...
... Europe isn't the best guide you will find - I should've reminded myself of this lesson learnt in Budapest. Eventually, I found my hostel and managed to check in. I only had just enough Koruna to pay for accommodation and had to save Euro for conversion. When the reception guy asked for deposit for keys and stuff, I gave him Hungarian Forint instead.... -_- At least he accepted it.
Tonight was the first time in the past month that I held a proper Korean ...
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Other places to stay in Podebrady
Na Kopecku 595, Podebrady | Hotelfrom $79
Nam. T.G. Masaryka 1437/III, Podebrady | 4 star hotelfrom $137
Husova 232/II, 290 33 PodEbrady, Podebrady | 4 star hotelfrom $85
us. TG Masaryka 654/III, Podebrady | 4 star hotelfrom $39