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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Apartment Konvikt Prague
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... to get there and there was a lift for the old and infirm, which we took advantage of. The only hitch was that on the way back home our tram got stuck in a traffic jam, caused by a taxi driver protest and we sat in the heat for some time before the driver opened the doors and let everyone get off and walk.
As an aside, we have been pleasantly surprised by the fact that whenever we get on any form of public transport where seats are already taken, someone will jump up and insist ...
... come. Two weeks ago I was getting very home sick and thought of you all and Colorado often, but now it is finally here. I'll see you all over a short period of time here when I get home, and I look forward to sharing anything and everything you want to know about. Thank you again, and please let me know more about your thoughts on the whole experience when I see you next. Day 60 tomorrow... I'll make sure I don't take this one for granted ...
... beautiful churches, palaces, buildings and the famous 'astronomical clock' in the main square. It was really interesting listening to the historical facts of this beautiful city although I'm not sure how much we will retain. During our walking tour we were warned of pick pockets as Prague is notorious for them. It is the 3rd worse place in the world. I think crossing the road in Prague is probably riskier though as the cars seem to race around ...
We went to Prague castle today but the weather didn't seem very good. Getting to Prague Castle is pretty straightforward. The metro station stop is Malostranska, exit the metro station and turn left up the street. There will be street direction post after that that leads you to the stairs to walk up to the entrance. Entrance to the surrounding is free and depending on where you wish to visit, there are different tickets available. ...
... do charity work for various institutions, and as such he traveled around quite a bit as a kid. Our group of about 9 people walked to the train station and headed over to the camp. The train ride took about an hour, and I sat with Nigel and Linda, a married couple from London. Nigel works for a prominent engineering firm in London, and we had a great discussion about renewable energy in the UK, and the recent advancements in wave-power technology. Linda told me ...