Romantic Hotel Mlyn Karlstejn
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
- Room service
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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 ...
... equivalent of Slivovitza (Slovakian plum brandy) and only consumed about 2/3 of it. We made some great new acquaintances on this trip: Doris and Mona from Winnipeg, with whom we spent a lot of time and enjoyed some great laughs; Mitch and Leanne from Prince Albert, Sask - he is with DNR fire protection there; Jenny and Martin from Hawaii (he is a native of Switzerland); a Lester (forgot his last name) from Bridgewater, NS, and many others too numerous to mention - or remember ...
... carriage rides, and entertainment in the square. Human statues dressed and made up encourage you to have your picture taken with them. I prefer to be the person behind the camera, and remember an experience I had in Rome, where taking a picture with the Gladiators at Trevi Fountain resulted in a payment of monies. So much for charging as the photographer. LOL..I ...
... the old town side of Charles Bridge we were able to admire the view of Prague Castle. It is the large castle in the world. Pretty amazing!
We found a few good posies around the city to enjoy a few of the Czech beers. The best view would have been the beer garden over looking the city.
Prague is a really beautiful city to ...
... free alcohol. Pints of beer, shots of vodka, and shots of absinthe sat on the bar top free for all to take. We also got a free tshirt - ideal! We taught a bunch of Irish guys how to play Arrogance (a drinking game) and got some banter on the go. You aren't allowed to drink on the street in Prague, so when we left the pub, one of the guys filled a watering can full of leftover beer. Our good friend Starky decided to put his mouth under the spout and proclaim: "I'm a ...