Amedia Express Praha
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsAmedia Express Praha Prague
Good enough. I was barely there during the days and only returned to sleep. But as far as hotels go, I think this one does the job.
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... beside it. A little further on I saw the distinctive twin spires of the 14th century Emauzy Monastery poking above the trees. This was also built in the reign of Charles IV in 1347 but was largely destroyed by bombing in the dying days if World War II. Beyond this is Vysehrad Castle, an 11th century hill fort that was the original residence of the Czeck Kings. The church of St Peter and St Paul dominates the site today, though it looks like some of the original fortifications ...
... anonymous building, which I had mixed feelings about. (Yay, they expose corruption! But oh no, they also bully children over the internet.) Also they called the base "Institution of crypto-anarchy" which seems weird and disingenuous to me, considering institution and anarchy are the opposite of each other, but none the less, pretty interesting to see that kind of environment. We also saw lots of cool street art done by graffiti artists and it was very cool ...
... embedded into the paving of the square. As we left the busy square, bustling with tourists and horses and traps, the snow began to fall again, heavier and heavier, forcing us to seek shelter in a coffee house across the street from the imposing St Martin's Church, watching the snow dust the gothic buttresses. When the snow shower passed we ventured back out into the chilly streets and walked around to the Bethlehem chapel around the corner and ducked into the intimate Klub ...
... many homeless and gypsies. It had a street creed and a personality the took from its deep rooted history in love and war. Unfortunately my hostel lacked any of this personality - it was as dead as a doodo. At least I got a good nights sleep and jumped up with zest to explore a new city, first stop was a "free"walking tour.
This was one of my best moves made so far. The tour was incredible - 2.5h walking around the city exploring ...
... or a mile and a half walk. To Dan's surprise I chose the mile and a half walk. Now I'm sure if we had known that this mile and a half would be directly uphill THE WHOLE TIME... I don't think Dan would have agreed. Since, you know, he's a super manly man and would not let me take the bike with the bags strapped on it even when I asked. Then to top it off it started to rain! But we did make it to the campsite and it had stopped in time for us to set up the tent. Because ...