- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... did see the backroads of the Czeck Republic. Once we arrived safely, we got to touring and did a castle tour........meh..........but the views were great. We then walked around this old old town and had a great and inexpensive dinner at a local place. The town is actually very charming but is also very popular with Japanese tourists. It must be so packed in the high ...
... 5 degrees so our summer garb that supported us so well in the Middle East has been well and truly packed at the bottom of our suitcases. We spent pretty much the whole day at Cesky Krumlov taking a tour of of Cesky Krumlov Castle which was a former house of the Rosenbergs who owned numerous estates in Italy, Austria and the Czech Republic. All the rooms in the Castle were restored to their original splendour with period ...
... some of the real issues that threaten all in our society - the environment, homelessness and poverty, and a lack of proper publically funded education for all. There is a great deal of need in our society that can't be blamed on a things like pretty dresses, Prince Charmings, and Fairy god-mothers. I'm not sure we can blame the Disney Princesses for these things.
Now, off my soap box and back to my fairy tale town. Jack and I worked together to ...
... taste the earth in your nostrils. There is a bite in the air here already....a gentle reminder that winter is on it's way, and in a month or two, the town will be covered in snow. The next morning we had a hearty brekky in our shire and went in search of the gate through the castle walls.....time to go explore. We made our way up the castle tower, through the museum (descriptive, interesting and relevant....two thumbs up for the museum), through to ...
... mills had nymphs or elves that guarded them from evil doers, and supposedly a child was saved from drowning by kind nymphs. Further up the narrow cobbled street, shops and houses intermingle with facades varying in design and colour. Above the door of the shops hang the old metal signs, defining the goods sold within. Modern goods now fill many of the shops, however the ...