Hotel Maltezsky Kriz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Today is walking day, so we plan a route with a little help from my 'Triposo' App. This is free and the best App I have found for Worldwide Travel. It even works well offline. Our first planned stop is at the 'Jan Becher Museum' who invented the national alcoholic sprit called ...
... again I am happy with that.
The room we are having our evening meal is very nice indeed as is the food. The wild mushroom soup which is the best I have ever had, and the chicken main with white asparagus and mushrooms is great too. Our choice of wine is a Czech Sauvignon which is surprisingly good. It has to be said that the service was absolutely impeccable.
This was a truly memorable dining ...
... Dining table, lounge on which I am now pleasantly stretched, bathroom and bedroom. Obviously they don't wish us to self cater. The kitchen possesses only two bread and butter plates, two small tumblers, a cup each and no cutlery or Cooking utensils? Dining out, inexpensive here, seems the best option. Well we have certainly had a slow start. No wake up call. No train to catch and threatening clouds allowed for a sleep in, cups of tea, photo editing, and stretching ...
... for Euro. Stonewalling, stonewalling, stonewalling. Neira had actually explained a similar experience she had had when in Budapest on this trip. She had said it is extremely difficult for Eastern Europeans to acknowledge or accept responsibility for a mistake they have made. On that occasion the hotel had not provided a bed for the driver so after a long day's drive, parking then 3 kms away, walking back he was told that he would be sleeping at another hotel. Bag in hand ...
... preparing our food. It was cheap, delicious, and authentically Czech. Afterwards, we began our hike at the Dub Sedmi Bratri (Oak of the Seven Brothers). Our hike took us through the fields and woods surrounding the castle and ended up at the first of the old limestone quarries. This one is named "Mala Amerika" or small America. Since it is considered the small one, we wanted to keep going to see the big one. On our way we came across an open field on a hill that ...