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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... compound is the wonderful Cathedral of St Vitus, St Wenceslas and St Adalbert. All of the two or three churches we have looked inside today are incredibly ornate, with gorgeous statues and painted ceilings, and loads of gilt everywhere. We saw the changing of the guard, and spent some time just gazing out over the city.
We had lunch in Mala Strana (Small Side of Town) in a small Czech tavern. Charlie had an ENORMOUS pork 'knee' - a bit like a lamb shank, but three times the ...
Another early start - 8 am! We had a coach transfer from our hotel to the top of the Prague Castle area, where it had to leave us a vehicles are not allowed into the precinct. We walked through the three castle courtyards and St Vitus Cathedral, then stopped for coffee and strudel at Lobkowicz Palace Cafe. At this stage the 'easy walkers' caught a minibus back to the hotel, but we did the "wicinity walk" down to the city, across Charles St Bridge and ...
... Beatles covers. We lingered there with a cool beer until the sunset, very atmospheric and the feel of summer.
On the last day in Prague we visited a marvellous Church just at the end of the street where we stayed. It was next to the Police museum which was so interesting with many cars from the 60's & 70's in the photo you may notice the computer in the car where Roger is standing.
... inside the airport) is czech republic. I am in love with the city! The beer is so cheap (cheaper than water, they like to brag) and the people are very friendly. Asides from all the tourists I had a very pleasant stay and met even more lovely people. Even though im traveling alone I have never met so many people in such a short span of time in my life! I did 2 back to back tours, one of the famous castle and the next, a beer tour. The czechs really are proud of their beer, ...
In September I got an exciting and unexpected invite to join a team of BA and MA ceramics graduates from Wolverhampton University on their ceramics adventure in Kohoutov in Czech. 24hrs from receiving the invite I had a plane ticket, a hostel booked and a bag packed ready to go - no way I was going to miss an opportunity like that!
It was great to get back to Prague (4th time I've been) I was knackered from moving out of the cottage ...