Golden Prague Residence
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- Indoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
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... plan to do so but there were guys we met on the metro and they told us where to go so we didn't even have a clue where we're going until I remembered the place. The weather was hot and the way up there was quite exhausting so we had to stop for a beer. Well as Robin doesn't like beer she had a Bacardi... At lunch time. Anyway, after our pause we had a nice walk to the Castle. It was beautiful and the view over the city was breathtaking. By then it ...
After our wonderful visit to Regensburg, we got on our tour bus and took our last ride north to Prague. The old border with Germany is still visible with two parallel clear-cut areas, each about a hundred yards long, and parallel ditches running along the border. Some of the old checkpoint buildings are still standing but many are in the process of being removed. If you are not looking, it would be easy to pass the border without knowing it. What ...
... that of the first one so he got an appointment here but not until Friday so we had a few days to fill in.
To begin with we took a stroll around Prague, it wasn’t raining at this point, we admired many of the fine buildings of this world Heritage listed city. It is a well deserved honour: We watched the clock on the town hall do it’s thing with the 12 apostles, but it was 3pm, the midday show is the best. My humans had seen that when they ...
... to the hotel and fell asleep again until 8am.
Breakfast at the hotel was pretty good, a selection of cheeses, croissants, bread, scrambled eggs, sausages, yoghurt and cucumbers. Plus really awesome hot chocolate!
After breakfast Paul and I ventured to the central railway station and enquired about a train to vienna. We ended up booking a train straight to Zagreb and then went to prague castle!
... a huge dining hall, a kitchen and a fantastically painted ballroom. The ballroom, called the Hall of Masks, is painted with charming carnival scenes that were painted in 1748 by a German artist.
After the castle we walked back to the bus for the return trip to Prague. For the first hour we took a different route thru the countryside. The terraine was rolling and the fields were divided by patches of trees. Except for the hay bails ...