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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When I wrote the other blogs, I tried to come up with a theme that ties the details of the entry together. As I thought about all the things I should report on that have happened over the past few months, the only connecting thread I could think of was "winter", which I think means it's been a long time since we’ve written.
When I last wrote, I was on the hunt for a turkey. I succeeded! In the Central Market of Valencia, I ...
... the muscle groups and have a rest before the middle part of the holiday commences.
Monday 1 Sep 14 - A grey and overcast day again, tending to rain - and so it proved. It was brollies at the high port for the day and dodging from safe haven to safe haven. However, we did not let that stop us.
Our first visit this morning was to the Jewish quarter and specifically to the Jewish Museum, Synagogues and the graveyard. This "attraction" ...
... out at the Jewish Museum that was filled with lots of religious artifacts as well they have mock ups of typical houses from years ago.
The museum is next to the old Jewish Graveyard, which dates back to the 1400’s. Originally they were given very little space to bury their dead, so over time it became very crowded. In Jewish religion, it is not possible to move a persons body once buried. So in this ...
... worth visiting. Whilst in Prague we also visited many of the main sights, Charles Bridge, Prague castle and the astronomical clock which is voted the 3rd most overrated tourist attraction in Europe. We also had some really good food and beer in Prague which included 2.5kgs of pork knuckles and ribs which Brenton devoured with the help of two other ...
... to see quite a bit, mainly a large church in the center, and row of little houses at the end of the tour, thought to have been there for hundreds of years. It was a sunny day outside and after the tour we walked down to the train station, and up to the hotel, stopping to buy a hot dog at the same stand as before. I slept for a few hours in the hotel room, while Lauren sat up and watched a little TV. We stopped by the lobby for a glass of wine around 5, ...