Savoy Spa & Kur Hotel
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... Dining table, lounge on which I am now pleasantly stretched, bathroom and bedroom. Obviously they don't wish us to self cater. The kitchen possesses only two bread and butter plates, two small tumblers, a cup each and no cutlery or Cooking utensils? Dining out, inexpensive here, seems the best option. Well we have certainly had a slow start. No wake up call. No train to catch and threatening clouds allowed for a sleep in, cups of tea, photo editing, and stretching ...
... path to the square. And now to Emma. It doesn't take long to walk around the small town, but that's not accounting for all the stops to look at jewellery and crystals. And marionette puppets. After a brief perambulation we returned to the hotel for a coffee before heading off. And the Czech really know how to make a strong coffee, at least double. The strength of what I would make. Since we hadn't enjoyed the bus yesterday we decided to be extravagant and catch a taxi to ...
... state that on the Monday after Easter, the men are supposed to take branches from a pussy-willow bush, weave them into a whip, and chase after the women in the village. The women (who are wanting to be whipped) return the favor by giving the men Easter eggs! Crazy huh?
On Friday, ISA took a group of us to the famous spa town Karlovy Vary. This spa town is similar to the one I went to last weekend, but is definitely a lot more touristy and fancy. ...
... treatments. During this time of the year, however, the population consists mainly of the elderly who live here year round in retirement. Almost every building here was a hotel or spa. The town did have a very relaxed and open feeling. Supposedly this town boasts the cleanest air in all of the Czech Republic, since there is "no industry within 50 kilometer" as our guide liked to keep pointing out. This was our base location for the trip. We first had a free lunch and then headed ...
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Then we went home and watched Frozen, well I didn't I was on my ipad mini.
Then the next day was the final day and we went up a funicular to a hill beside us.
It had a lighthouse and a mini zoo. There was goats, horses and pigs. We fed them hay.
We did those things and walked down having fun with ...