Hotel Adria Praha
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
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... ended with death.
The accused was put on a long table with a raised center. Their hands and feet were tied. One method of torture involved forcing the victim to swallow large amounts of water then heavily striking their abdomen. Another, involved inserting a long cloth tube into the victims mouth forcing it very deep then filling it with water causing it to swell up and choke the victim. Then the tube was ...
... Day 2 in Prague was actually not in Prague at all, whilst on our tour the day before we had booked to do a day trip to a town named Kutna Hora which is about an hour away, once again we met at 11am in the square with the rest of our group before heading off to the train station which was the first part of our trip.Kutna Hora is supposedly the town that built Prague, it was primarily a silver mining town and at one stage one of the wealthiest in Central Europe. ...
... This has been the very best vacation hotel, beating out Princeville, Vancouver, Walt Disney World, and many other wonderful destinations. If you can, book the VIP rooms (Executive Room) with sweeping city views. 9. The bike ride to Karlstejn Castle. If we knew the village names, we'd insert them here but alas we don't. From Prague's outer districts to Karlstejn, a bike ride shows you the city outside the tourist hub and in everyday life. 8. Apetit Praha, Praha 1. ...
... in and St Vitus Cathedral is quite possibly the most beautiful cathedral I have ever seen. It felt very holy with the liquid gold sunlight pouring in through the stained glass. Off to see if I can find the Jewish Cemetery and maybe watch that damn clock chime!
Found the Jewish Museum (again after going down the wrong roads several times!) and had a look around (was surprised how emotional I ...
The Gastronomy Museum is a little hole-in-the-wall museum, but it is very well done. The first section contains a history of food from how the first humans started to use fire to modern chefs. It was full of dioramas, displays, and even had a sample "modern kitchen." They do serve samples in the kitchen, and I can say that the homemade mead is very good.
The next museum I went to was also a hole-in-the-wall museum- the Alchemy Museum. It is located more towards ...