B&B U Oty
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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Great Breakfast. Ota is an interesting host and will keep you entertained.
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... to enter. Next we explored the cathedral which was across the square literally less than 50m away! Lots of towers, a golden gate, a silver tomb(!!!), beautiful exterior mosaics, lots of carved stone. Also where King (St) Wenceslas is buried. Lastly we had a look down Golden Lane beside the palace where work men's houses once stood. Now they have painted each house a bright colour and every second one is a tourist shop. Some display tools and furniture from the tradesman that once lived ...
... Town Hall spire, astronomical clock, church of St Nicholas and Hus statue. Karlova street winds through the town and we reach Charles Bridge, a famous attraction which is lined with religious statues, street artists, stalls selling jewellery and joins the 2 parts of Prague. It is really impressive and there are thousands of tourists!! We enjoy a coffee on the square and find somewhere for lunch. I enjoy local potato and mushroom ...
... terrific, I really can't complain, though Mary wishes that we could go to a restaurant and not have to worry about checking the menu first for Anna friendly food. The following day we made our way to the old town square to meet up with our tour guide for a day in Kutna Hora. I'd never heard of it but Mary had done her research and said we had to go. Our tour guide Tijo was from The Netherlands but has lived in Prague for three years. Tijo was ...
... my rolling basket. I stopped at 12 because I had to haul it all back to the flat. Just then I heard some Africans speaking English. I realized that from the looks of my cart I was about to bath in beer so Julee rolled away my cart full of precious Czech gems while I approached the 3 people. "Do you speak english?" I asked "I think so." responded the man sarcastically I laughed, he didn't I handed them a tract and invited them to the meeting. ...
... an ambulance to arrive. The man had responded and was taken away sitting in a wheelchair. The quartet came back on stage (they had all gone to assist the man) and the concert continued. It finished to a standing applause which demanded an encore. On reaching the station our train was delayed for an hour allowing us plenty of time to write postcards. We are now ensconced in our little cabin tucked up in our bunks. Night night. ...