Romantic Hotel Mlyn Karlstejn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on top. Reading that the current shape of the caves had been created by 'roof collapse' three times on the first page of our information sheet was a tad disconcerting but it was a enjoyable tour. Later we explored the surrounding area which included some type of large quarry and forests.
In the afternoon we trained to Karlstejn where we walked through the small town and up the hill past the restaurants and tourist shops to the castle. I had ...
Prague - Day 1
We lucked out on our campground…well, it's not even a campground. It's a couple's backyard, and it's the cutest thing ever. There's enough space for about 12 RVs and a few little cabins at the back. They have a small restaurant and a bed & breakfast kind of place upstairs. The couple are very nice and helpful and the site is lovely (cute house, flowers, clean facilities, fresh green grass). But the best part is that they have a little ...
... a walk along the beautiful river. We got ourselves ready and headed to a restaurant around the corner that an exchangee we knew in Krems (from Prague) had recommended us. We all got a traditional Czech meal which consisted of pork pieces in sauce with dumplings and sauerkraut.. Yummy! After dinner we headed to a street that was apparently filled with popular bars. Considering it was pretty early on a Sunday night not everything was open but ...
... opened. Even at 15:00 the weather was not warm. We decided to spend a couple hours in Franciscan Garden. The garden is just off of Wenceslas Square. It is a little hard to find, to access the garden you have to walk through part of the mall. But once you are in the garden it is so quiet and peaceful it is hard to imagine you are in the middle of a city and just of a busy square, At 16:30 we headed to a nearby coffee shop to get some warm drinks and a small snack ...
Terezin was a Nazi transit camp located about 45 minutes north of Prague. The
town had grown around a fortress built by Emperor Joseph II in 1780 to protect
the Bohemian lands from the Prussians. In February 1942, on the order of
Reinhard Heydrich, Terezin was officially was declared a Jewish settlement. The
Nazis needed a way to handle the transportation of the Jews of Western Europe to