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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... afternoon did not go according to plan. Neither did dinner that night when all attempts to wake the crew failed and it was left to Scarlett and me to find provisions at the only place I could find that was open - the train station. Traveller tip #1 Reserved seats on a train are only any good if a) that exact train runs and you are not displaced onto another at the last minute to wrestle for space with the rest of ...
... no kitchen (only a restaurant) so that's scuppered my plans of cooking...looks like cereal and fruit for the next few days! Went and bought half a pint of milk (I think!) and a nectarine from a little local shop after having a shower to freshen up. Tried out the shower gel I got in my Freshers pack at Bristol...it's supposedly mint and tea-tree but I think they ...
... and climb these stacks without rope, assistance or sensible guidance and kill themselves. I just cannot see it being allowed in any western country. Maybe they have no need since common sense dictates you just wouldn't do it, but ... there is a pub next door! One of those things that falls into the category 'only in the Czech Republic'.
Enough for now, a housewarming awaits me. Time to fire up the Yamaha and be on my way.
... the not-very-Czech option of Vietnamese food. We had pho, springrolls, and eggrolls, and it was good. We then made our way back to the apartment to rest up for a few hours before heading to a local bar to get a drink. I had some Czech beer – a pilsner of some kind – and I didn’t think it was great. I was too spoiled by the abbey beer of Belgium and the wheat beers of Germany. It was a quiet bar, and we left soon after I finished my ...
... of palaces and ecclesiastical buildings of various architectural styles, from Roman-style buildings from the 10th century through Gothic modifications in the 14th century.
It was raining, so the views were a bit fuzzy. Our guide took around a quick tour of the city, and then to the Old town square where the Astronimical clock was featured.The clock was first installed in 1410, making it the third-oldest astronomical ...