Hotel Zlata Hvezda
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... you know this is a salty cabbage cookie?" Needless to say she ordered something else. We visited the "implements of torture" museum, and while most of the torture devices were pretty much what you'd expect - the rack for example - there were also some really wincy implements like the "raging bull". If you don't know what that is, look it up because the story about the guy who invented it is worth the read, it's both tragic and somewhat ironic. The weather by this stage had fined up, ...
... of the Castle.
We have seen some interesting art here – there is an artist who makes fingers and toes from various materials – a bit unusual.
The Castle Tour was very good and showed us the residences of three families who lived in the Castle, unfortunately there were no photos allowed. The most interesting room was a weird ballroom where the walls were decorated in the style of a masquerade ball with 143 figures, it was quite ...
I bullied Jess into another early start, partially because the hostel warned that if we didn't arrive by 6pm they give the beds away to others. Apparently during summer there are always people who wander in looking for a room. We made good time riding through mountains and quickly passed the border into Germany leading into the town of Schneizireuth, then through a place called Bad Reichenhall, then back out the German border back into Austria. In Salzburg, an hour and a ...
... like the books would suggest. Not rude, just not out of their way friendly. It seems like they have minimal tolerance for people who don't at least speak English. McDonalds does not sell a royale with cheese. We checked. Just a quarter pounder. What a let down Vincent. Amsterdam is the place for groups of young boys who want to party, get high, and get laid. All different nationalities. Same quest. ...
... which is plum brandy that we agreed smells and tastes like hand sanitizer.
I had Kovářův oheň or “Smith’s Fire”, a Jihoceske (South Bohemian) specialty. For my family it was a really interesting dish because the German translation of Smith’s Fire was Schmiedfeuer. Our ancestor’s family name was Schmied or Smied but they changed it to Smith sometime after arriving in the U.S. So, was their ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility