Hotel Zlata Hvezda
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... down narrow streets and admiring the painted walls, nearly every house has painted decorations on it, as usual it is cobbles all the way. We went into St.Vitus church which was another beautiful place of worship and continued climbing up until we had a great vantage point to see the city below. Of course there are many lovely little shops selling everything from marionettes to amber jewellery, we bought another porcelain mug this ...
... around the new town, and found the main boulevade and shopping street, a la Champs élysées, with the enormous Museum at the top of the hill.
We reconvened for lunch before taking the very fancy coach to Cesky Krumlov, complete with our own hostess offering us free tea, coffee and hot chocolate. We whiled away the three hour trip by watching an average to bad American thriller with Liam Neeson.
The rain followed us to the ...
... old town and castle dates from the 14th through 17th centuries; the town's structures are mostly in Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. The core of the old town is within a horseshoe bend of the river, with the old Latran neighborhood and castle on the other side of the Vltava."
We managed to dodge rain showers and toured the castle grounds that afternoon, as well as checking out the shopping opportunities. Dinner at a restaurant very ...
... 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. ...
... if you’re there when and where they are, do it!). Strolling through ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility