Chateau St. Havel - Wellness Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
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Had to set the alarm for the first time on the trip to ensure we had time to finish packing, have some breakfast, and make it to the train station. Ultimately we had plenty of time, so we navigated the 5-story station with all of the shops and cafes. We stopped into a market to buy some cheese, salami, and fresh pretzel bread to enjoy on our 4-hour train trip to Prague. Once on the train, ...
By this time, the pair of us were pretty hungry and ended up going to the first place we saw on leaving the church. Rookie mistake, I should have known from seeing the words ‘tourist menu’ that we were about to get completely ripped off. We had to order chips with our meal as a ‘side dish’, pay extra for salad and even for a small basket of bread, the cheeky buggers. We felt positively robbed when we left, at least we ...
... to ask the guard to be sure. We found out that the train was 'kaput' and that they were putting us on another train for the first part of the trip, finding it in 'Danish spare parts'! That meant our seat reservations were meaningless, that there wasn't enough room on the train and that there was no real space for suitcases - great. People had no idea what was happening, so Peter began explaining it to them and told one ...
... very well preserved) and a mammoths tusk
that was found in the castle grounds. The castle grounds are the biggest in the
world- over 70,000sqm. St. Vitus’ Cathedral was the highlight of the area, it
is one of the biggest I’ve seen, with amazingly built crypts featuring statues
and stained glass windows of Biblical figures lining the edges. It is a
cathedral that magnifies the glory of God, but I feel that attending ...
... gothic churches in Central Europe. Construction began in 1388, but due to a number of interruptions (war, closure of the silver mines etc) it wasn’t fully completed until 1905. It was pretty amazing, with it’s tent like roof and beautiful windows that were painted to appear like stained glass. It was also huge - so big it is sometimes confused with a Cathedral. After the church we strolled through the town to the Italian Court. This building was the central ...