Ibis Praha Wenceslas Square
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I had a great time and it was a very nice hotel. They were very accommodating and friendly.
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The long weekend in Prague wasn’t long enough, but I still got a taste for the city and I loved it. Walking around and exploring was amazing, as well as trying new foods, meeting people, and going out one night. Most of the students were tired on the way home, so there wasn’t much partying on the bus. Surprisingly I actually slept less though, and when we arrived in Paris at 3:00 am in the morning, I was completely dead. The metro wasn’t open (it ...
... reformer burned at the stake in 1415, and very ornate with lots of gold. There is a magnificent Art Nouveau statue of Hus in the Square, which itself is a lovely place to wander and just look. Next the Jewish Museum. In fact, a group of buildings - New-Old Synagogue, built in 13th century; Klaus Synagogue; Ceremonial Hall and Pinkas Synagogue. The latter has the names of more than 77,000 Jews who were victims of the Nazis inscribed on the walls. Then the Old Cemetery, ...
Alright, I wasn't planning to post anything today because it was just supposed to be a train ride and an early night, but this city is better than anything my imagination could've dreamed up! The train ride was delayed almost an hour for "technical problems" and we were stuck sitting next to a group of twenty year olds that acted like they were twelve, but we were stunned with disbelief the moment we got into ...
So we have made it across another border, we are now in Prague, Czech Republic.
We took the scenic route into CZ, avoiding Tolls and Motorways along the way,
there are some amazing views to be had along the way from Dresden to
the Border and beyond, we climbed 1000 ft above where we stayed
previously which Rupert copped with well again, the roads were fairly
quite also being a ...
... and therefore found himself where he is today doing what he's doing. He's got a great sense of humor, and got me interested in history. I only remember bits and pieces now... The 30 yrs war. the Kingdom of Bohemia and Moravia. The dark history of torture and defrestration (throwing people out the window to their death). Munich agreement -- the country signed over to the Germans after the WWII by the English, French and Italians.
Town was built in ...