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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
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... We had been pretty good on the old sweet detox, but this was just mouth watering. We decided against getting another couple of them and made the tough walk away from the vendors back towards the apartment and stopped at the shops to get a few essentials for dinner….beer and cider….30c beers and $2 ciders, yes thanks.
We cooked up dinner, relaxed on the wifi and went to bed around 2200. A nice day exploring finished with one more to go tomorrow before the long trip to ...
... by it! At about 11:55 we walked into the square to find a massive crowd peering up at a clock which we presumed to be the famous one everyone talks about. I'm not quite sure why though because I have to say that as the clock struck midday I was not at all impressed. Yes it was a very beautiful clock but a few moving statues was not quite the fireworks I'd been expecting! From there we went ...
... him. He quoted a price of 300 CZ Korunas (about $15) for the trip. Considering the distance this was a good price. When we got there we figured out we would have no way to get back, so we asked, and he actually waited for us. He took us all the way back, and we were thinking - this is going to cost us, for sure. Do you guys know- this man only charged us 500 Cz korunas for the whole ride. That's about $25. Unreal.
Back at the hotel we decided to go up to the top of ...
... narrow Wenceslas square. Looking at more souvenir shops. The common things being sold were glass and crystal, marionettes, items with art by Mucha who was an Art Deco graphic artist, little black moles, apparently a famous cartoon character that we had never heard of and the other assorted tourist fare such as fridge magnets and t-shirts. You wonder how all these places stay in business when they all seem to sell the same thing. The original Czech art ...
... lavish ballrooms, and palaces all too numerous to mention. One wonderful walk is down the Kasinovo Nabrezi along the river from the Goethe Institute to the Milunic/Gehry designed dancing House.
All along are stunning Art ...