Hotel Modra Ruze
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... for its gingerbread shops which dates back to 1610. Wandered along the cobbled street markets observing the fine fares on offer. The Frauenkirche ("Church of Our Lady") is also located in the haupmrkt. It stands on the eastern side of the main market. An example of brick Gothic architecture, it was built on the initiative of Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor between 1352 and 1362. The church contains many sculptures, some of them heavily ...
... our journey to the Czech Republic and stopped at a giant tesco. It sold clothes and everything! Arrived at Prague in the afternoon. Had a tour of Wenceslas Square, Old Town and the fancy clock and Charles Bridge. Had a traditional Czech meal with free beer and kicked on to a 5 story disco (nightclub in Europe means brothel). Each floor played a different genre of music. It was ...
... We spent the next half an hour giving this young kid all our details including our details in Australia which he demanded but I said to Paul I refuse to give him those details because knowing our luck today our suitcases would end up at Tullamarine. He would not go ahead with anything until I gave him our details.
I was sobbing and he could see that but this drama continued. He demanded a phone number which we don't have but he wouldn't buy that either.
... we were moved to it. So we had our own private bathroom, shower and toilet. Much like James Bond always seems to get. The next morning, there was a knock on the door to awaken us with coffee and croissants. Very civilized.
In Prague we took a taxi to the office which rented us our apartment. Our apartment keys were issued, paperwork signed, money exchanged, and we were given walking directions to ...
... in a monastery on Palace Hill. The collection is incredible for two reasons. First, the rooms are beautiful. One has incredible plaster and ceiling paintings (all done by a monk) that are out of this world and the other room contains a series of built-in bookcases that the monks picked up in a "fire sale" around 1790. The second reason that their collection of books is so old. While it made Don wince, our guide would pick a book at ...