Bishop's House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBishop's House Hotel Prague
Our bathroom had a lockless window that opened into the main hallway. Enough said.
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... not missing events that I will remember for a lifetime, because I'll miss it enough when I am back home in the States, I shouldn’t miss it when I am a few hours away.
I am learning so much over here, not just about myself but about the world. I have a good friend Algis here who is from Lithuania. He is an amazing artist. One of the few people here who I actually respect their work (I’m going to steal some of it to bring home and hang in my room, ...
Arrived Prague from Munich, a 45 minute flight. Checked into the Radisson and went for a quick bite to eat and to case out area around hotel. Day 2 in Prague sightseeing Prague Castle, visited Saint Vitrus Cathedral along with many other tourists, very crowded. Strolled across Charles Bridge which crosses the Vitava River. Explored Old Town Square and saw the astronomical clock again, saw it in ...
... rain of the trip, and that absorbed thirty minutes of our day. The weather has been exceptional, though locals say it's too cold. Highs hit low-70's during the day and lower 50's in the evening, which mirrors early Wisconsin fall. It was ideal for exploring the city on foot. Today was the exception, mid 60's and rain throughout the day. As the gray clouds blanketed Prague, there was a sense of calm and peace about the city. Following our morning breakfast roundup ...
... Prague to resemble the splendor that he had witnessed in Italy. He also started the first university if eastern Europe, Charles University.
Leaving the Old Town Square we walk down to the river front. There are dozens of cafes, but we find one located on a jetty in the river across from the locks. The restaurant provided blankets and we snuggled up against the evening chill during our sunset dinner. The tour boats cruise past and ...
... of the Plague and the rest came from the dead of a battle that took place nearby. An impressive chandelier hung in the center and crosses were made among the piles of remains which created great mounds that had an unknown purpose. We also went to a much less exciting church called St. Barbara' s which was erected because she is the patron saint of silver miners, silver mines were the main wealth and prosperity for the town. We went to the Italian court were ...