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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We then took a walking tour of the Jewish section and found out the history of the Jews in Prague, the German occupation and the fact there are less than 20,000 Jews now living in the Czech Republic with most living in Prague. We went into the old town square which was bustling with entertainment. We saw the astronomical ...
... they had were closed. The funicular was only running every 20-30 minutes, so I didn't want to get off and see if the restaurant at the middle funicular stop was open, only to find it wasn't and have to wait again. So, I went to the bottom and decided to eat at the first place I could find something at. That turned out to be a tiny restaurant, but it had great tomato soup.
Finally, I went back up to the observatory. Again, bad luck. The credit card machine was ...
... to the Prague Castle which was only about ten minutes away and walked around there for a while. We stood at the top and looked over the whole city in awe! There were snowflakes falling down all around us and the view of Prague was breathtaking! Once we finished up at the castle, we walked back down the huge hill and grabbed some lunch.
It was at this point when we decided to finally buckle down and book another chunk of our trip! I am pleased to inform you that we now have ...
... were really dense dry heavy things. Don't even know what they are made of. Then we had a lump of spinach that had been pureed and then a pork stew thing which was not nice either. Dessert was a chocolate muffin thing which was alright. We headed in on public transport to meet our tour guide for the evening and we started off. It did take long for Scott to start feeling sick and we had to make a toilet stop. Tanya our tour guide stayed with us ...
... the postcards and cool to see. For lunch we had a hotdog at a side of the road stand and I was lucky enough to get a hair and a fly in mine all at once - double whammy! We also found some local markets and went shopping. Our next day we were pretty exhausted and wanted a quiet day so we walked through town and had some quiet beers at a pub and saw a movie which was a real treat as it was the first cinema we had been to since we were overseas and was really luxurious ...