- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... usually the view of the city that comes up. Seeing Charles Bridge with the castle in the distance is definitely one of my favorite views so far. After this adventure, I discovered one of the greatest things I have ever eaten, called trdelnik. Trdelnik is a sweet bread that is grilled around a stick over a fire and then dipped into a sugary mix. After getting a piece of trdelnik, it happened to be right before 6 oclock and I was able to see the Astronomical Clock tower put on its hourly ...
... a little bit.
After that we went for a walk thorough what is called the Lesser Town. It sits underneath the Palace. Not sure why it id called Lesser. From there we set off for the Charles Bridge.
This is the most famous bridge in Prague. It is hundreds of years old and has statues of Saints all along its length. ...
... bought 50% ownership of the airport. Thus explaining why the signage around the terminals and grounds are in English, Russian and Korean. As Peter says, no one understands the latter on the boards. Peter was also helpful leading us into the departure hall (terminal) and showing us the Delta Airlines seasonal check-in counter. A few notes about traveling abroad, and for Ruzyne (PRG). The airport has free wifi, useful to connect with airlines via Twitter when no ...
... and it was time to say bye to deanz who was driving the bus home to amsterdam today. only a few of us were staying at this hotel tonight but we had all organised to meet up in town for dinner one more time later that evening. there were to flying out to london that evening so we said bye to them and see you later to the others. for dinner everyone still in town and kaz came, we ended up having dinner right under the bridge of prague on the river with ...
... how important it is to do tours like these because I always learn so much more from actually understanding the history behind a monument rather than snapping a picture and moving on. There were a lot of Roman Catholic influences on the religion of the city and I realized that I am actually learning a lot in my Popes class back in Rome. I was able to answer some of the questions and I'm even starting to be able to pick out architecture and determine what style it is. If you ...