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- Airport Transportation
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... place with photos of all the touristy stuff we see if you really feel the need to see them now. Enough of my excuses, back to the good stuff. Next we crossed a bridge and could see the old Charles bridge off in the distance. Silly me forgot to take a picture when we actually crossed it (the beer and gelato shot was taken on the bridge however) after lunch, but again Maggie has some great shots from it. However before we crossed it, we headed to a wall covered in graffiti known as ...
... need more than 5 minutes on the highest observation deck, but the views remain for a lifetime. An open day, but busy overall as Meg and I hoofed it for six hours. The maps from the guidebooks and hotels are handy, but it pays to get off the beaten path. You may call it getting lost, but from time to time it's the best way to find a cafe or place of interest you never read of. Prague has treated Meg and I wonderfully, everyday is a sense of a new adventure and new places to be ...
... is still working. It's quite a complicated clock to read (see picture) as it shows ancient Czech time, normal time in 24 hour format, planetary time and a bunch of other stuff no one cares about. It's quite interesting and beautiful to look at but as soon as David mentioned it showed the signs of the Zodiac and the sun's position relative to each one Steven was quick to dismiss it. A beautiful old clock sure, but sadly it is ...
... We visited a few stops along the way including the incredible St Barbara’s Cathedral.
Kutna Hora is a small town, but the reason so many flock there is to view the bone ossuary. The ossuary itself was smaller than I imagined, I don’t really know how to describe it in any other way than to tell you it was haunting. There were chandeliers made of skulls, wall trimmings of femurs and bones stacked upon ...
... the free walking tour. The tour began at 10:45 so we had to check out of Ahoy! beforehand. Waiting round till 10:40 Isaac wasn’t ready in time so we left him behind and high tailed it to the start point of the tour in the main square that we had visited the night beforehand. We made it in time spotting the customary Sandeman’s red umbrella. We had a good walking tour taking in all the main sites such as the old square, Astronomical clock, the Jewish quarter ...