The Golden Horseshoe Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to find the Charles Bridge (which I could see but couldn't work out how to get to!) before taking a stroll along it and then heading back in search of the castle. Well! Must have walked 6 sides round a square before finally finding the right route. However discovered when I got there (after hiking up Bristol-steep hills!) that it didn't open until 09:00 and I was half an hour early. In a very bad mood (my ...
... to this place, up the hill towards the Palace and the Gothic church. We were super hot and melting in the sun and after we asked 2 locals how to find this place, we gave up and headed to the gothic church. This church was amazing!! But we couldn't go inside as they had just shut the doors for a Wedding that was about to take place. The bride looked stunning, like a wedding dress model or something lol! We then were all sick of walking ...
... it but didn't get there in time. Hopefully tomorrow. There are a lot of crystal shops and stores selling marionettes, two things Prague is famous for, besides beer of course. We hope to catch a marionette show while we're here. I saw one marionette theatre is doing Don Giovanni. While in Old Town Square we tried out segways, because we are thinking of doing a city tour on them. Alex is a natural, but although Adam and I can go forwards and turn corners, we can't stop. Instead ...
... at least I got to see a little through the telescopes.
The Pyramida was a very short walk from the observatory, but the park wasn't really well enough lit for me to want to walk it in the dark and in the rain, so I took the funicular down the mountain and then took the tram over to the hotel.
Overall, I really enjoyed my stay in Prague and fell like it's a place worth going back to for a few more days, although I'd definitely do some of the day trips and not stay in ...
Thursday 9/1With a few hours to spare before going climbing in the afternoon, Betty and I headed into town and visited St Cyril & Methodius Church, which was in 1943 (?) the venue for the last stand of a small group Czech paratroopers, now national heroes. These paratroopers, who had fled the country before its capitulation to Nazi Germany in the early days of WWII, were part of Operation Anthropoid, a successful assassination of Reynard Heineich, the Nazi ...