Bishop's House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... streets - something that is difficult to do when there is so much going on on ground level. The buildings are flanked with statues and gargoyles and geometric paintings. You get a warm feeling that you are always being watched by these medieval stone men and angels. The elongated hexagonal roofs of the towers in Old Prague are so medieval looking, but unlike anything I've seen in Belgium. They really stand alone as being particularly ...
... breakfast from a German bakery before rolling out of town. This was my first time driving on the right hand side of the road but it was much easier than I imagined. Once again we found ourselves on the boring German autobarns with black Audi anfter Black BMW roaring past. This became a little disheartening but our trusted steed kept on going.
After many hours we pulled off and took to the smaller A road equivalents. These were much more enjoyable ...
... to try some traditional sweet bread snack, trdlo, it's a dough put on a round cylinder that is rolled in sugar and placed over heated coals until it goes brown, delicious. Watched some interesting buskers in the square including a guy with a soccer ball, it was like the ball was on a string, amazing. It's nine in the evening here you wanted know it with all the activity going on and it is still very light. Tomorrow more sights to be ...
... of St. Vitus were founded under the reign of Vratislav and his son St. Wenceslas in the first half of the 10th century. The first convent in Bohemia was founded in the castle, next to the church of St.George. A Romanesque palace was erected here during the 12th century. In the 14th century, under the reign of Charles IV the royal palace was rebuilt in Gothic style and the castle fortifications were strengthened. In place of rotunda and basilica of St. Vitus began building of a ...
... back street I was directed to a plain paint peeling door with no sign or anything and told it was my hotel, first thought was I was being dumped, and the driver was about to do a runner, but no he assured me it was the right place and proceeded to take my bags to the door to press the buzzer, the door opened inwards and my bags placed inside, my second thought was what the hell had my travel agent dumped me in, at first glance the place looked ...