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... a beer or two. What we actually discovered was that there was ************e there (we saw in total about 20 people), noone spoke any English / but on the plus side camping was super cheap. There are a few guesthouses dotted around but couldn't see a hostel at all / anyway camping is more fun. Now when I say camping Im obviously not carrying a tent around for the next year or so but with a bit of pre‐planning you can ...
... of Soviet-era trucks and armoured personal carriers in the yard attached to the Bunker. It’s a good thing that Zdenek speaks such good English because Nick has no Czech and the owner of the Museum only spoke Czech.
After a long day, it was time to head back into Prague and return to our Campground which was a great find – after a short walk from the campground, it was only about 15 minutes (by tram) from the Old Town, the ...
Early start this morning to travel to Teplice Nad Metují after a tram, a train, a bus, a train, & then another train 4 hours later we were there. It's a tiny little town with about 4 or 5 houses, surrounded by forest. In the forest are a whole lot of odd shaped sandstone formations. A million years ago this whole area was covered in ocean, & the unusual looking rocks were formed as the sea ...
... 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!
... 7 (in Czech language “Stare belidlo”) belongs to the most visited places in the whole valley. Itīs caused by the fact that the above mentioned writer, Bozena Nemcova, spent there holidays with her own kids in 1844 and she had such a great time over there that later, when working on her famous novel, she decided to transmit her childhood memories to this place. Basically the novel is about her life as a little girl that spent with her family and ...