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TravelPod Member ReviewsRosemary Hostel Prague
Didn't have any issues here. Stayed in an 8 person dormitory on the top floor. Looked more like a hotel with a lot of beds. Had a full kitchen and table area in the room. Good location from train station.
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... is so beautiful. We also saw the torture chambers which were pretty cool to just see the horrible tools try used on people. Last night we also had my birthday dinner at a Czech restaurant where the people perform dances and fighting scenes from mideviel times. Dad also made me dance with a belly dancing wench! Hah! All in all it was a long fun day. I also didn't mention we were ...
... had his own attorney. The Honorable Ms. Hubackova (or the Honorable Hana, as we call her), recounted the case and the attorney on behalf of the defendant gave a different telling of the story (adding the bit about the sick wife and the untrustworthy Ukrainian). The prosecutor would have none of the pity-party story, saying the defendant should have thought about his wife before he got drunk and drove.
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... beer, we were served our first course of mushroom soup, followed by our main of a skewered kebab and chips, and then a layered cake type thing for desert. Not knowing what we were eating kind of added to the fun of it all as we started playing 'guess that meat' and 'guess that sauce'...I don't think we managed to identify everything but I swear we were served at least 5 different meats!!!
After another good nights sleep we were driven up to the Prague ...
... Quarter, home to thousands of Jews that were segregated and forced to live withing the confines of walls from as early as the 10th century to the 18th century. The crumbling images of headstones give you an idea of the amount of people living in the ghetto as the dead had to be buried layer upon layer. Truly a moving memorial After that we went back to the Old Town Square to sit and have a light lunch with a view of the famous Astronomical Clock, ...