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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 ...
... 35 per night. That can't be right, but I am assured that it is - Wow!
There is a dress code for certain areas of the hotel. You have to dress for dinner (trousers and shirt) which I always quite like. It sort of goes back to days when it was the 'Done thing’. Even though this is a Spa hotel, you aren’t allowed to hang around the bar or other communal areas in dressing gowns or sports ...
... and goods are of a more old fashioned taste as though late 19th century is being preserved. This has certainly been the right season for travel spring flowers are in full bloom everywhere and the park was filled with flower beds of tulips and cottage flowers. Quite lovely! At the centre of the square is a spa and a few selected upmarket retail outlets. We wandered with ease and without crowds. Turning from the park we commenced a climb through the narrow streets of the ...
... honesty we are considering squandering a few hours in rest and relaxation which I know Rob would not approve of at all but the weather is inclement and it does seem to be that the real experience according to the information in this room, to be had here is a selection of spa treatments. Mmm that's a thought! The photos at the moment are just hotel ones. The later ones are of Cesky Krumov just before pure departure sorry they are out of order. . We will do better for you when we ...
... by him or named after him, including the Charles Bridge and Charles University (where my friends attend). We got a tour of the castle and learned more about the history of the place and the stories of its attackers. It was pretty cool to be in an actual castle that once had a king and knights in it.
After the tour we went to this little Czech restaurant for lunch. This was one of my favorite parts of the trip. We were greeted by an elderly woman who was going ...