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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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On flight to NY meet up with the Aarons heading over to go to the Holy Land.
At NYC... nice plane...Luthanza Air....enjoyed movies so much that we didn't sleep much on the way over :)
Stopped in Munich to nap on lounge chairs before the flight to Prague.
Our ride was waiting here for the drive to hotel. Probably the easiest airport in …
... Jaroslav Skala created the first "sobering-up station" for those who enjoyed too many Pilsner Urquells, Budvars, or Grambrinus' (a Czech beer I was starting to like)- apparently it was the intro to a treatment session that involved singing anti-alcohol songs.
And if fending off cartoon-like drunks wasn't enough, the other great addiction seems to be smoking. The restaurants/bars/cafes away from the tourist centre are smoke filled reminders of the 70's back home, and ...
... the crepes being flipped and the trdnlik, which were a kind of pastry put on a roller over a barbecue. After another stop at Starbucks we bought some hand lotion at Botanicus and walked back to the hotel. We detoured through the Palladium shopping centre which is kind of like the Eaton centre in Toronto and we got a camera cable so we could download our pictures. Back at our room it was time to rest our feet and have a ...
... of little dwellings in a row. It's been recreated to show how it was then, complete with seamstress, chemist, fortune teller. The narrow stairs lead above to a long passage displaying suits of armour and the tools of a torturer as the end tower was the prison. At the end of the lane is an amazing water fountain - 2 guys peeing; the appendages move! Once out of the Palace complex we walk in search of the Petrin Tower, a mini version ...
... problem yet, bear with me. We toured Prag castle and stopped briefly to view St. Vitus Cathedral. Many other buildings dimly registered but the general impression is of a beautiful city nestled in lovely hills. Most buildings survived the War. The best part was walking back through the bustling parts of the inner city and then along the Vltava River. The Hilton is on the outskirts in New Town a good long walk.