Charles Bridge Residence
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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We drove to Prague stopping at Mauthausen concentration camp before we left Austria. It was so interesting and sad, there was living quarters, stairs which the prisoners had to carry stone from the quarry to build the camp, showers for disinfection, gas chamber and crematorium as well as museum house in the old hospital explaining ...
... After a few hours in the Jewish Quarter, we spent the rest of the day and most of today walking around Prague. It's an easy city to get lost in - we did that many, many times and it's also a very pretty city. On the tour we took the day we arrived, our guide said that if we walk around Prague looking down, we're wasting our time. Everywhere we went, if we looked up, we saw some kind of art (including carvings and sculptures) on buildings. We walked across the famous Charles ...
... morning we climbed the tower which houses the Astronomical Clock and checked out the view from the top before taking a tour of the Town Hall which is beside the clock and then underground. The town Hall consists of four individual houses joined together. The houses were acquired as the town grew and the Town Hall needed to expand. The underground was interesting; back in the 13th century Prague would regularly flood so a decision was made to raise it by 6 to 8 metres. As ...
... journeys are associated with a small amount of maths homework and a great deal of playing on the ipad! It was raining in Prague......see I am grateful for my umbrella which i don't share with Steve cos he poo pooed the idea of brining it!! We had a Typical Czech meal out, which involved meat and dumplings! And great quantities of beer. Thankfully a good red wine was also on ...
... and a bruschetta and accepted Visa. I have avoided getting Czech Krona from an ATM as it is of no value anywhere else, and in fact I have some Slovak bills from 1999 that I'd like to part with if I get a chance. After a refreshing pivo, we got cleaned up and walked to one of the recommended restaurants; we met one of our fellow passenger couples on our way and they advised the local potato dumplings were good but large. We ordered another pivo and I ordered ...