Hotel Fryderyk - Restaurant & SPA
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... that have bunglaows to rent and they're generally eco built and friendly.
We stayed in Camp Kamenec (549 57 Teplice nad Metují, Csehország) which had pretty much everything we needed ‐ a small hut with four single beds, which we pushed together to make a double... we needed the warmth (we'd only packed for sunny weather / always the optimistics). The windows are thin, so we shoved a spare mattress up against the window ...
... for Nick and a Foot Massage for me. What followed was 30-minutes of pain and torture, but the end result was pure bliss! After all the walking we had been doing, I really needed my poor sore tootsies to get a massage.
Out last day in Prague was an essential admin-day, which meant washing our clothes and getting them dry. I have discovered that even if it is a “sunny” day, clothes do dry, but as it gets dark by about 4pm, by the time we ...
... and out over time. We went for a walk into the forest which took about 3 hours looking at the various rocks which are said to look like certain things. It was quite cool to think we were actually walking on the ocean floor, and we were reminded of this as the path we walked along was covered in sand. We had fun trying to spot the formations in the rocks! Towards the end there was 300 steps we could walk up ...
... a bit lost, but we reached a pathway which was marked as yellow, but was pretty dangerous, between rocks, sometimes really high sometimes getting down.. It was amazing and a crazy good work-out :) Sadly we didn't take nothing serious to eat, so after 5 hours hiking (intense hiking) we were pretty tired. But we were sleeping in amazing old Camden, beds were comfortable and much fresh air, so everything was just simply fantastic!
... Silesia. In the 18th century, most of the labyrinth was covered with a dense beech and fit forest. The oldest depiction of the Adrspach Rocks dates back to 1739. The Rocks were visited by many prominent historical personalities such as the Prussian Queen Louise, the Emperor Josef II, Karl the Emperor of Austria, J.W. Goethe and many others. Nevertheless, the breathtaking formations of the Adrspach Rocks still remained unknown.
Both rock areas ...