Approximately 120k’s West of Prague is the resort town of Karlovy Vary. It’s airport used to be an international airport as the party privileged in communist times used to fly in for their spend up in the shops and for its spa treatment.
Also famous here is the Grand Hotel Pupp which is the Casino Royale Hotel in the James Bond Film.
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It is famous for its spa and there is an underground thermal aquifer where people have come to fix all sorts of ailments. There are various wells with thermal water at different temperatures and different minerals do different things!
Like the rest of the Czech Republic, the buildings are just stunning.
Its is an important tourist area for the country and everywhere seemed pretty busy but unlike Prague, you could still easily move about.
It seemed every second shop was a Jewellery or a Dress or Shoe shop so Fiona and Dianne were having a great time.
We eventually found our way to a nice street cafe by the river where we had a chilled water to cool down from all the window shopping 🙂
The Hotels there are something else and I can only imagine what it would cost to stay in them.
A lovely town and another place where without the local knowledge from Dianne and Gary, we would never have known about.
And a map so you can see where this is.
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We are at Heathrow now flying to Singers for a few days and then back in the 6th but have to drive to Taupo to pick up Rafe from Gary’s shed.
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