Kurhaus Palace

Address: Bozeny NEmcove 153/6, Frantiskovy Lazne, Bohemia, 351 01, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Bozeny NEmcove 153/6, Frantiskovy Lazne.
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      Karlovy Vary

      A travel blog entry by kathleen.vogel on Oct 08, 2014

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      So after a very late night last night it was up early today to head out for a 9 1/2 hour excursion. We were headed to the spa town of Karlovy Vary- about 20 kilometers from the German border. The town was originally settled by Germans but now is heavily populated by Russians. There are 16 mineral water springs in the town, in addition to the many hotels and "sanitariums" where one can bathe in the mineral spring water. Each tap has ...

      Drink the waters

      A travel blog entry by gladys.hunt on Jun 20, 2014

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      This is a beautiful Spa town . The hotels are spectacular , perched on cliffs .painted in beautiful colours Most were built 1880 when taking the waters was popular , but has been a spa town for hundreds of years .

      There are many fountains of hot water for people to drink . They recommend that you use a teapot shaped cup to sip the water as you walk slowly .

      They eh all looked silly , but the cup vendors happy .

      there is a river flowing ...

      Finally on Board AmaDolce!

      A travel blog entry by burtonnm on May 26, 2014

      4 comments, 7 photos

      I am writing this from my stateroom, finally on our river boat! Let me tell you how we got here.

      We left Prague at 8:30 this morning. We rode about 2 hours on a bus to Karlovy Vary, a spa town in the Czech Republic. This town is known for it's mineral water and people often go there to rest and recover from illness. The water is said to have healing properties. There are beautiful lixury hotels and fancy restaurants and shops. Every shop had ...

      Castle Restorations

      A travel blog entry by mhopper on Apr 25, 2014

      11 photos

      ... time exploring claustrophobic mines where children were employed, cutting away at the rock in these small caves at a rate of 1cm per day! In the evening we had another tasty Czech dish, Bramborak (potato pancakes). After dinner we walked to the nearest town where we met some locals at the pub. 18 crowns for a pint of beer ($NZ1.06). Tom who spoke German made a new best friend and exchanged addresses with a friendly local ...

      It's mining time!

      A travel blog entry by paubatlle on Mar 19, 2014

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      ... re a bit lost). We finally arrive and visit it. I liked it very much,because they were some kind of "natural paintings" inside the cave which I found fascinating. We go to eat something afterwards and then we take the bus and go back to Bamberg. I think my exchange partner didn't enjoy the trip as much as I did, but he says he prefer the trip rather than doing ...