Residence Leon D'Oro
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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidence Leon D'Oro Prague
Quite a roomy place with a kitchenette. In a central place when you want to play a basic tourist.
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... and the atmosphere and amazing old buildings are beautiful, but there is graffiti everywhere on many of the old buildings. Sad they are not better looked after. We are looking forward to our tour to Terezin tomorrow before meeting up with the scenic group tomorrow night. We enjoyed a traditional Czech meal for dinner tonight. .lots of lovely dumplings! Early to bed ready for the first day of our tour ...
Today was my last day in Prague so I got up early to make the most of it, I wandered around the city, went up in the clock tower in old town square to get an amazing view of the city. Then I visited St Nicholas Church. Then I tried some traditional chez pastry that was sweet and it's cooked over a flame on a spit and visited my ...
... thought of that? This time we came prepared. We are really starting to figure this travel thing out. After a 20 minute walk with our ever growing backpacks we had made it to 'Pur Pur Aparthotel.’ Weird place, great location. One of the reviews that we read said that if you an aversion with pink, do not stay here. They were telling the truth, because everything in the hotel was pink, even the curtains which creates a pink lighting inside the hotel room. ...
... one of the top 3 most over rated tourist attractions in all of Europe but for a clock that is over 600 years old it is pretty impressive. Having the guide explain how it worked really made it. From there we walked through the town square and looked at the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn. Our tour guide was an Aussie guy who had married a Czech girl and now lives in Prague. He was a funny and enthusiastic guide and explained the complex history of wars, kings ...
... but the other walls and the inside of the church are lovely. It is a Romanesque Church, built originally in the 10th Century by Vratislav 1 (who was St Wenceslas's father), and this style of architecture was a nice change from all the gothic churches we have been seeing recently. It houses the bodies of Vratislav and Saint Ludmilla, as well as a skull and number of bones (belonging to someone but we don't know whom!) in a glass case. Finally, we walked down Golden ...