Kurhaus Libuse

Address: ul. Na Valech 254/II, 290 33 PodEbrady, Podebrady, Bohemia, 290 33, Czech Republic | Hotel
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This hotel, located on ul. Na Valech 254/II, 290 33 PodEbrady, Podebrady, is near Zvikov Castle and Golf Club Podebrady.
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Travel Blogs from Podebrady


A travel blog entry by chrismoselen on Dec 17, 2014

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... be colder in the middle of the day than at either end of the day and today was certainly one of those days! At the end of the tour we asked her to recommend a place with good Czech food so we went to a place called Tlusta Koala (the Fat Koala). We both chose Czech specialities. Tor chose Vdlicky A Nose, which is beef with dumplings in a creamy vegetable sauce with cranberry sauce/jam. Sounds weird but she said it was delicious. I had spicy ...

I'm so over these cobblestone roads

A travel blog entry by alison_tran on Oct 10, 2014

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... they did it from the castle window. And then later down the track, laziness kicked in to the point that guards chased deers into the castle for the Ruler to hunt them in a specific room.

7) Change of Guard at Prague Castle - we saw guards at the front and back of the castle. Of the first two guards we saw, one looked like he was falling asleep and was trying really hard to stay awake and keep his head up. Poor guy. We saw the change of guard on the other side if ...


A travel blog entry by marknsuzy on Sep 25, 2014

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We got going fairly early this morning as we had booked into a 6 hour tour of the city. We left at 10 am and were taken to this amazing Prague castle up on a hill. Apparently the President lives there, however we were allowed to be shown through several parts of the castle. Some of which was built as a defensive fort in the 10th Century. We saw one if the oldest gardens in ...

Prague - Day 3

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 30, 2014

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... church groups in Prague, they have 125 people in their congregation. Finally we went to the Jewish quarter. Ina explained that for many years the Jews were not allowed to own property. This excluded them from many commercial enterprises. Hence they became financiers as they didn't need property to be loan sharks, the czechs were happy to let them do this as money management was "dirty business" Note as Ina made this comment there was a loud crack of thunder and the ...


A travel blog entry by lchamberlin on Aug 23, 2013

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... really well - especially the prodestant and catholic history. We saw the Muncipal House with the statues of famous composers on top - Wagner is not there any more because when the Nazis gave the order to remove the Jewish composer the men they sent didn't know who he was so the measured the noses of the statues and chucked off the guy with the longest one. Pity it was Wagner and he was a German. We walked through the old Jewish Quarter and saw the level that ...

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