Ibis Praha Wenceslas Square
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Praha Wenceslas Square Prague
I had a great time and it was a very nice hotel. They were very accommodating and friendly.
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... entered the spectacular St Vitus Cathedral then strolled ( we didn't really stroll-- the guide actually rushed us) through the grounds of the ancient & newer palace grounds. After walking down what seemed like a thousand steps, we boarded the bus to again cross the river for an hour river ride. It was a nice place to relax & have a snack. We ordered 2 bags of chips. We thought we'd receive individual bags but what we got were 2 bags big enough to host a ...
... to try some traditional sweet bread snack, trdlo, it's a dough put on a round cylinder that is rolled in sugar and placed over heated coals until it goes brown, delicious. Watched some interesting buskers in the square including a guy with a soccer ball, it was like the ball was on a string, amazing. It's nine in the evening here you wanted know it with all the activity going on and it is still very light. Tomorrow more sights to be ...
... in the background and cobbled streets.
After many hours and tired legs and feet we went back to rest and freshen up for dinner. Traditional Czech meal with entertainment.
Dinner was out in the suburbs of Prague which showed us a different side to the city. Dinner was good, probably the nicest main meal I've had in a while. Kebab with chicken, pork, onion and capsicum with green beans and potato bake with a gravy..... Doesn't sound anything special but ...
... up early to make our tour bus to Terezin, where there used to be a concentration camp from WWII. It was crazy. It was very emotional walking through a place were so many people were tortured and killed. The town of Terezin was used as a Ghetto for Jews, as they were hoarded there awaiting transfer into Auschwitz. "Ghetto" is a nice way of saying it, as the conditions there were not unlike that of Auschwitz, etc. The military fortress on the edge of town served as a ...