Hotel Adria Praha
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... concerts - we did get sucked into 1 concert, supposidly with the Dvorak Symphony Orchestra but turned out to be a bored string quartet with organ and soprano. The quartet were pretty ordinary - out of tune and everything at double tempo (quick, where's the pub) - but the soprano was 'brave' and the organist was excellent. Her rendition of the Bach Toccata and Fugue in D was inspiring and made up for a dry wretchingly abbreviated version of Vltava by Smetana.
We gave ...
... a "Hop-on-hop-off" 48 hour bus ticket and joined the umbrella brigade at all the hotspots. Our SA locals called this kind of rain "motreen" which aptly describes it. It does not feel like a big deal but makes you pretty wet, nonetheless.
Interestingly, and very unlike Croatia, 60% of Czechs are atheist and 33% are Catholic. The other 7% didn't provide information in the survey.
Our (rather expensive) photo tour of Prague ...
I went back to the castle as tickets were good for two days. I was able to see the Golden Lane, which was an area of tiny homes that used to house artisans and used to be a rather lively place to live. In the 1900's these houses became quite popular, with city folk buying them, dressing them up, and charging a fee to tourists to see them. One of the residents was a Madame fortune teller. Because ...
... puppets that are very popular. We heeded back to the hostel and then went to the restaurant for a little snack and saw Suz and Justin and there two friends that were starting their busabout the next day. We hung out and had some laughs and then off to bed. We were suppose to wake up and do a free walking tour but somehow we slept in, I think we really needed the sleep. So we started the day looking for a coffee shop but apparently there are none near the ...
... loved being with Anna. She even spoiled them by making them hot chocolate after they put the bread in the oven. I am pretty sure they were ready to move to Prague to live with her. :) We went up to our room for 30 minutes while the bread baked and then the kids ran down to check in With Anna to see how the bread had ended up. It came out nicely and she told us she would serve it at breakfast, but save us pieces. It was a wonderful day and all of us were quite exhausted by the ...