Surprise on the second floor of an empty building in a beautiful Czech spa townUncategorized We stumbled upon this lovely abandoned building by accident This blog isn’t being updated as frequently as usual for many reasons, in the lovely Czech Republic, as I live a never-ending Travelife. However, we have a million interesting stories to tell. Hopefully, one of these days, I’ll get stuck in some airport lounge long enough to write everything from this wonderful trip down. Scroll down to read more… WHAT WE SEE, WHERE WE GO, WHAT WE LIKE. IN REAL-TIME. In the meantime, in between blog entries, do follow us on Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram. Our never-ending Travelife gets updated on these social networks in real-time, as long as there’s WiFi. So I’m posting photos and thoughts about what we’ve seen, eaten or liked in real-time. Check out TRAVELIFEMAGAZINE in real-time via your phone or iPad A LOVELY ADVENTURE For now, let me tell you about our little adventure this morning, in one of the most beautiful Czech towns, living a Travelife. This was the corridor of my hotel at 730 am yesterday,as I walked to the swimming pool It was pretty cold and rainy today, but I’d felt especially invigorated by an early morning swim and massage at the hotel spa, followed by a very healthy breakfast. This was where I had breakfast this morning So mid-morning, we decided to go for a walk because this town we’re in is truly so beautiful. Everywhere your eye rests on is a work of art. Join us for a Travelife to the Czech Republic in 2015. Email email@example.com to get on our mailing list. ABANDONED AND BEAUTIFUL For some reason, we headed outwards of the town instead of into it. And one of the buildings we chanced upon on the way out of town was a dilapidated building that was long abandoned. It used to be a beautiful bath house, but it’s not been used for decades. And now, it’s largely empty. Although today, an old lady was seated in the ground floor, watching over some artworks on exhibit, made by the senior citizens of the town. Yes, it’s become an informal event space, for lack of anything else. Scroll down to read more… A SURPRISE ON THE SECOND FLOOR Anyway, we were the only ones there, and we decided to climb up to the second floor. What a sight awaited us on the second floor. There was this majestic room complete with original tiling, woodwork and chandeliers. You could almost imagine how grand this building once was. I said to my companion: “This should be turned into an opera house. Or if I were to buy it, I would make it into an ultra-luxurious spa hotel.“ That is, if I ever stopped living a never-ending, and never-endingly eventful Travelife.