Amigo City Centre Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We had to take a seat for a few minutes just to admire the sculpture and paintings inside it. Underselling it would still be describing it as amazing. We cruised out and head over to the river to see one of the most photographed bridges in the world that runs over the river and it was packed with people everywhere and we obviously avoided it while doing a lap or two (getting lost) around the synagogues that were around the area.
Once again, beer oclock was approaching and ...
... very hot here - about 28 degrees to day - so we are now having to pull some summer clothing out of its hiding spaces for the next few days!
After a bit of a rest we went for a walk about the Old Quarter, over the Charles Bridge, watched people fondling the statues that line the bridge, and say their prayers. We admired all the buskers, jewellery sellers, photography stands and portrait painters who frequent the bridge. ...
... by the River Vltava. It is widely considered to be one of the oldest castles in Bohemia. There is much sgraffito decoration on the exterior of the castle, in the Renaissance style, and the castle's interiors are beautifully painted with rich decoration. The main palace houses a unique collection of Baroque furniture and a number of other treasures and artworks.
This town, which was certainly ...
... you happy birthday to which you reply "yer you to", like an awkward dick. It's too early for that **** so I try be as inconspicuous as possible, commando crawling along the floor to avoid peering eyes, unfortunately this draws more attention and everyone surrounds me to wish me a happy birthday. Concentrating ******* trying not to say "yer you to", I manage to come out with "yer but not you". Something definitely lost in translation there. Close enough.
... astrological pseudo-science.
We moved on to see the difference in architecture between the Gothic style Tyn church and the baroque style St. Nicolas Church. The absence of the Old Town Hall was also pointed out as it was destroyed during the Prague uprising in 1945 (where they failed to rid themselves of German rule). You can actually still see the jagged edge of the remaining wall next to the clock if you're standing in ...