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- Continental Breakfast
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- Minbar in room
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... the historical sites & learned a lot of interesting facts & legends. Some of the highlights included: the St. Charles bridge (built in 1357), the Jewish quarter (the largest in Europe), the main square with the old town hall & astronomical clock (which chimes every hour), Prague Castle, Lennon Wall (a graffiti painted wall dedicated to the death of John Lennon in 1980 - during ...
... we found each other and the sisters apartment was only a short walk away. And its cool. My hosts name is George and if I were 10 years younger that boy would be in a lot of trouble. Damn he is cute! By the time I got settled it was after 5 and the sun was shining so time to go exploring. A short walk down the street is Charles st bridge. The bridge has two huge gatehouses at each end and all along the bridge are statues, mostly religious stuff but ...
... s location wasn't . I have found a new app tripomatic . This is cool as it lists all attraction and how far away etc. We found the square with the astrological clock , so did every one else . One the hour the clock chimes and the twelve apostle are seen . Then the golden cock crows and you applaud and wish to return to Prague one day . Each evening we had dinner in this Square , there was so much ...
... day sightseeing today!
Late Addition: I almost forgot to talk about the food!! After finding it difficult to find authentic German food in Berlin, Prague was a welcome change. Street vendors serve sausages, potato dumplings with ham and cabbage, and a sweet sugary pastry called Trdlo. The coffee is strong and dark, and beer is everywhere you turn! And like I mentioned, beer is definitely cheaper than ...
... I scrambled to the bar to have a top up beer and keep the experience going. I left at the end laughing and giggling all the way to my bed, and ended up having a series of odd dreams, equal in strangeness to the extravaganza I’d just witnessed.
To temper the peculiarity of the previous night, I made my way to the sunny and beautiful gardens just outside Prauge Castle the next morning, and spent a happy afternoon wandering around inside to boot. The Cathedral and Palace ...