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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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In Prague I visited the Museum of Medieval Torture. I found it fascinating and I enjoyed reading every piece of information. The history was extremely interesting and worth the time. Therefore, I think it deserves its' own blog. Here are a few torture devices ( please do not recreate for any home use :) )
Witches Billy Goat:
Mostly used on people suspected of witchcraft. The first version was made of a block of wood pyramidally shaped. The ...
... to get some local knowledge from the guide as to where to go for dinner.A quick stop for a hot chocolate and a swirly donut thing before heading home for a bit of relaxation.For dinner we headed away from the city to our guide’s recommendation, called “a rose in the garden” what we found though was more like smoke on the water. Being Europe it is still legal to smoke in restaurants and being cold out there was zero ventilation. It took all ...
... for a bite to eat - found a charming little place by the river just under Charles Bridge,had dinner and then headed to the concert venue which was a room of an old Palace. It looked rather dilapidated and we wondered if we had been conned, but when the musicians came out and started to play, it was magical. They were members of the Royal Czech orchestra and the playing was magnificent. The acoustics of the room and the whole atmosphere ...
... But really it's Disney did good job of faking a beautiful city at night" Again back on the trams to our tent. We packed up and went to sleep as soon as we could because we had a lovely 7am bus ride out of there. Yay..... So to sum it up: The city was beautiful. The people were happy. We were happy. Anddddddd they had some of the best pastries so far and cheap! If you knew me at work you know I had a chocolate crescent problem... Well I found them here!!! Sooooo good! Fatty ...
... the graveyard winds around and finally leads you to the entrance of the burial society building and then the Maisel Synagogue. The burial society building contains some displays about traditional Jewish death practices. There is a series of paintings that shows what happens to a corpse and several artifacts on display. The Maisel synagogue contains some displays on Jewish holidays and family rituals. It's a great place to get a taste of Jewish cultural practices.Overall, I found ...