Metropol Kur & Spa Hotel
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Today is walking day, so we plan a route with a little help from my 'Triposo' App. This is free and the best App I have found for Worldwide Travel. It even works well offline. Our first planned stop is at the 'Jan Becher Museum' who invented the national alcoholic sprit called ...
... lengths I discover just how much out of shape I am. 'Getting Fit' goes to the top of my 'To Do List'. No more excuses!
This place should be £400 per night, but the deal we had was fantastic. We have a treatment each (massage e.g.), a free drink of our choice and a 3 course dinner including wine. My accountant quickly works out that with our discount, the meal and all the other freebies we are ...
... this what some people call a holiday? But Emma's tranquil viewing is about to be shattered. At the very least it is time to wander down the hill for coffee and sight seeing. And so we have returned having bought a small carry on to shift some weight to and hopefully make the train travelling easier. This afternoon we have watched a quirky English film called "Sweet Revenge" fantastic cast. I will leave you to research it. Soon it will be venturing out again for dinner. Nuremberg ...
... would not have mattered in Australia a tiny fragment as though the note had been caught in a wallets zip was missing nothing more. Converting the sum for you, the note was the equivalent of fifty euros perhaps seventy five Australian but it was the principle that mattered more than anything else. Throughout Emma had ridden gunshot repeating, affirming, trying new approaches to the conversation and so we both emerged into rain feeling a tad exasperated as we climbed a ...
... and drinking nasty water from my new spa cup, we then headed to the Becherovka factory. Becherovka was designed by Jan Becher in Karlovy Vary. This drink was originally designed as a medicine that aids with digestive problems. The taste was liked so much, however, that it has now been turned into a famous Czech drink. ISA took us through the history of the medicine and then we all got to try a little bit of it. It definitely had an interesting flavor! Afterwards, ...