Domus Balthasar Design Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Prague...I was lost for words. It was stunning. I had been to Paris many moons ago and simply forgot how a cities beauty can take your breath away. I had arrived in a fairytale with a castle up on the hill, an old town filled with new delights around ever corner - the only thing missing was my Prince Charming.
Prague was not a shiny Disney fairytale. There was an edginess to the city with some amazing street performers including a ...
... add the tea-tree. I now stink like a packet of mints.
Went out for a short walk down to the river. The streets are very nice, lined with trees with some lovely old buildings but occasionally a warm blast of air would come out of the pavement?! Very weird. Bought a punnet of strawberries from the same shop I went to earlier and feasted on them for supper.
... plus he explained to us what tram number and stop we'd need to get back. Sold! The tour was very history based about the city, also known as Bohemia. Thanks to constant invasion by numerous countries and powers, including Germany in World War 2 and then Russian communism almost immediately after, the Czech Republic didn't become the nation it is today until the early nineties. Very young for a European country! We walked around seeing so many ...
... still only for him, although he has been long gone. The next stop on the tour was the Spanish synagogue. It is called that due to the architectural style, not due to the congregation. On the inside, this synagogue looks like it could be a mosque as it is very Moorish. It is incredibly beautiful and detailed. On the top floor, there are several display cases containing mini museum exhibits.After that, we went to the Pinkas Synagogue that is now a memorial to those lost in the ...
... it was surprisingly easy to find. The owner was waiting with the keys. We had the attic floor of the building - it's been recently renovated and was nice and spacious. There was even a handy little shop across the road run by an Asian guy. We could communicate in German so I asked him "Sie Sind Cesky?" "Nein". "Sie sind Deutsch?". Then came a long story I didn't understand so it's still a mystery.