A&O Prag Metro Strizkov
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsA&O Prag Metro Strizkov Prague
Hotel was dirty, noisy and the lift didn't work properly. It did however have good transport links to the city centre but you did get the feeling of being back in the age of the Communists.
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... very well preserved) and a mammoths tusk
that was found in the castle grounds. The castle grounds are the biggest in the
world- over 70,000sqm. St. Vitus’ Cathedral was the highlight of the area, it
is one of the biggest I’ve seen, with amazingly built crypts featuring statues
and stained glass windows of Biblical figures lining the edges. It is a
cathedral that magnifies the glory of God, but I feel that attending ...
... all ordered a cocktail (or two!) and the next couple of hours flew by! After a walk along the Charles bridge and mingling with a wedding party it was time I say goodbye!
The next day we had all morning and most of the afternoon to explore before we needed to make our way to the bus station for our journey onto Poland. After breakfast we headed out in search of the lopsided building. Our friends from last night had mentioned this but we'd never seen or heard of it! Apparently ...
... already knew what we wanted to do, so with our very worn Use-It map in hand, we walked miles and miles around to the areas we had missed last time. Our poor Prague Use-It map has seen better days. Even with a sticky tape patch job thanks to the hotel reception, it was almost unusable by the end of this second stay!
We searched out more of Prague’s interesting statues (David Cerny and others, several of which I mentioned in precious post). Understand, that none ...
... over the city. The beauty of having an apartment so close was that we went back made some scrambled eggs and had brunch adding fresh strawberries, blue berries, yoghurt, and orange juice. Lazed around for a while then out again to explore more, so much to see. Brought a day pass for the metro and went further afield today. We visited a less touristy spot of Prague called Vysehrad, means the rock above the river. The legend is that this was the spot where ...
... we wanted to climb the astronomical clock during sunset to see the whole city at night time and get good sunset pictures but we ha a lot of time to waste and it was a gorgeous day out so we sat in the sun for a while and relaxed, hoping to get some color on my face at least. Then we decided to try some Czech beer because it seemed so popular, it was very good surprisingly. We wanted to prolong dinner out, like always, so we ordered drinks and then twenty minutes later ...