Hotel Beranek Prague
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... which are both on the way to the Estates Theatre (where we are going to a concert tomorrow evening) then it was onto Wenceslas Square (150m wide and 750m long) which is the main shopping area with all the lovely shops of Prague. We strolled up and down that discovering lots of beautiful passages hidden in alleyways and arcades. There was one in particular with a statue of an upside down horse with St Wenceslas!
... 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 ...
... th century. Another pretty church that has recently been somewhat restored is the church of St John of Nepumul. The columns and much of the walls are made of pink marble and considering that it was used by the military for various purposes, during communist times, it has survived rather well.
David got to see the dentist on Friday and has another appointment next Friday so now we are enjoying more of the Czech countryside and for once we have had ...
... in to old town to inevitably start our own pub crawl. We got off the train and started walking to old town. Words can't describe how amazing the buildings are here and cobble stone streets linking them all together. we rounded each corner and looked up dumbfounded. Old town square is straight from many scenes I've only had the pleasure of viewing from in front of a television. Simply amazing, despite it raining, and discovering my all stars had 0 grip ...
... not have ended too well! Even though mum thinks she was keeping up, the photos say otherwise (I didn't say that you didn't keep up mum but the photos do prove this theory) We returned to Prague for one more night, trying a few different local foods and drinks. Prague was really beautiful and the buildings were some of the nicest we have seen. It was a very pretty city and going to explore the countryside was a great way to see more of the Czech ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed