SwissHouse Apartments & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
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... of the Secret Escape deal) as we wander on a lovely sunny morning the beauty of the buildings grabs me again. I have done a little research now and having established that Karlovy Vary and Carlsbad are one in the same, can't help but wonder why I have heard of Carlsbad, anyway I digress...it appears that this used to be known as the Sudentaland (German Speaking in the main) but post WWII it was given to the newly formed Czechoslovakia and the Germans ousted - hence two ...
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 ...
... washed down with a bottle Czech white wine that was equally as nice. Upon finishing the meal the kindly waiter informed us that he would treat the bottle of wine as if it was our free glasses and charge us for the equiv. of two small glasses of wine, I ask, where in the world would someone be so accommodating!! I can honestly say this was also a rare occasion where I didn't suffer indigestion or heartburn from a larger meal, dietary wise these guys have got the balance of their meals ...
... 160; Poverty along with buildings in a state of disrepair is clearly visible. But that is not the case travelling through the neat rolling countryside of West Bohemia, additionally unlike Bulgaria; litter is not strewn along the roadside. There is a lot of farmland and everywhere lush and green. Some of the scenery reminds me of North West Maryland. We get to the bus stop, jump in a taxi and take a short ...
... 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 ...