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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
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... It's hard to get a good green salad in these parts.
We thought that after 2 days we should actually go to a museum, so we took Matt's advice and went to the Lobkowicz Palace near the castle. He took his class there recently and said it was well worth it. Wow, was it ever. The Lobkowicz' were one of the richest families in Czech history and their collections and palaces were taken first by the Nazis and then by the Communists. They were ...
... of Use-It) to sample the local suds, usually washed down with (I know it should be the other way around but inevitably there was normally more beer than food!!) one of the tempting array of heavy bar snacks.
- Parlamentu (best night in Prague and delicious deep fried cheese not even on the menu but we were in the know! Plus garlic ...
... the ice hockey on) and sometimes without even a cash register - but where the capacity to have a half-litre of cold beer in front of you within seconds of you arriving is unrivaled. And this, it must be said, is the great contradiction because in that respect it is quite unlike the general level of customer service you get elsewhere in the Czech Republic in any other service industry.
Your beer in this rural establishment will arrive quickly and cold and ...
... 7.45 and off to Prague castle. OMG it is minus 7 degrees Celsius. We were all rugged up. I had 2 thermals, 2 jumpers, jacket, long john, 2 scarves, beanie and gloves and was still cold. It started snowing as we left the hotel but then stopped as the temperature dropped a bit further. We have been told it is going o be minus 20 in Prague next week. Certainly glad we will be in Rome! We found out before we left the hotel that there are a couple of St Nicholai churches in Prague and ...
... and we set off next morning. Fantastic luck, they were electric bikes, a little bit of assistance was very much appreciated. We had a destination, out of the city following the river, the Vitava, and we were to stay on bike path A1 and then A3, don't deviate from the river and don't go across the railway line, just follow the paths to go to Karlstejn Castle, you couldn't miss it, once there you could visit the castle and then return by train from the station in the ...