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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... is tragic and horribly dark. There were roughly 90,000 Jews living in Prague during WWII. 77,000 of them were murdered in concentration camps. In the first synagogue we were in, they has written by hand on the wall the name, birth date, and last known day of life of every Jew from Prague lost in the Holocaust. That is obviously a pretty moving scene for anyone with a pulse, Jewish or not. After there we ...
What a fabulous city- second only to Paris for its beauty. Bisected by the Vltava River, (also known as the Moldau, and upon which our apartment overlooks), the elegant buildings represent art nouveau and neo-renaissance design mingled with Baroque and some Romanesque architecture. The atmosphere is magical. It's hard to imagine that a short 25 years ago this grand city was dark and dingy, suffering from hopelessness under an oppressive communist regime. The central part of the city ...
... was quite beautiful. The stained glass decorations were one of the nicest ones we've seen on the trip so far. The main entrance and alter face the direction of when the sun rises/sets. This makes a small colour show on the ground from the sun shining through the stained glass in the early morning/late afternoon. It was cool to see since we were visiting in the afternoon ...
DAY 8 Paris - Prague Went to check out the Arch de triumph by Metro prior to our departure to CDG Airport, it was so crowded on the train, and voila ! Brants wallet was lifted , we were so lucky just a bit of cash and a credit card. Easily fixed, but still a ****** feeling and could have been a disaster if it had of been my bag. Needless to say, never leave all your eggs in one basket. Thinking we would have plenty of time to get to the Airport, we discover the RER trains ...
... walked all over the Old Town and over the Charles Bridge to the "newer" parts of the city. Prague is so beautiful because it isn't just one part that is riddled with history and old magnificent buildings, it is the entire city. You cannot turn a corner without finding yourself staring up at a building connected to centuries of history. This is what made it my favorite city so far to visit.
After our tour we had free ...