Pension Atelier 12
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... bused in and were swarming around their tour guides from one tour to the next. Much of the Royal Palace is off limits as the majority of it is used as the Presidental office. Many police in clear site. We toured the Royal Palace, St Vitus Cathedral, Basilica of St George and the "Golden Lane" which were simply historical shops.
After about two and half hours we headed down into the city. We ...
After a late start to the day, we set off to find the Church of the Infant Jesus of Prague. Why? Because Sandy's GP visited there just before Sandy's Perenectomy last year and brought home some Holy water in anticipation of Sandy's surgery.
We didn't take the direct route and saw the Old Town Square and many side ...
... at the location by the Charles Bridge.
If you're going to Prague just a few words of caution regarding restaurants. If you go to a restaurant that has pretzels or peanuts they will definitely charge you if you eat them, but sometimes they charge you even if you didn't touch them! Also, when you order food check the price on the menu, because sometimes they will increase the price of your bill. Just check your bill ...
A full day to the pretty city of Cesky Krumlov. Our wonderful Apartment Manager Dominic, collected us early for the full day tour to, apparently, one of the prettiest cities in The Czech Republic. On our way he told us about the Budweiser Town which made the original Budweiser beer which was then stolen, in name, by the Americans. He gave us a very long tale of how it could not have originated in the USA, the nam for one. Makes sense! ...
... there is much to learn, there is also a magnitude of resources from which to learn from so I will simply share my take away.
For me, the uniqueness of Prague lies in its ability to invoke emotion. Like good artwork, it speaks to your core and stirs feelings, some of which you may not even recognize, at every twist and turn. For more detailed information on Prague, view my blog post City of a Hundred Spires at ...