Atlante Residence - Ai Quattro Angeli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... high on the hill watching all of the smoking and drinking going on down below. The castle walls contain a number of impressive buildings including the St Vitus Cathedral which is the current home of the bones of our Good King Wenceslas.
And if you get a little tired of wandering the streets of Prague, there's a number of sites that are just a short train ride away. The one we most 'enjoyed' most was the Sedlec Ossuary in Kutna Hora. This area became a ...
... an outdoor patio which was covered from the drizzle and had heaters too. Arlene had a seafood salad and Alan had a pizza with capers and anchovies. We paid twice the regular rate due to the location, but it was better to do that then get cranky due to hunger. For dessert we had cassis gelato, which we love but can only find in Europe. We did a little shopping and Arlene got some apricot hand lotion and we looked in an interesting botanicals store and a tiny little antique / ...
We make the most of breakfast at the hotel (art neuveau room with puke yellow walls and red carpeting!) Today we plan to walk the Jewish and Little Quarters. The road to the original Jewish quarter is now lined with the most expensive brand shops Hermes, Gucci, Bvlgari etc. It's a wide, tree lined street leading to the river on the northern side of the Old Town. The jews of Prague were able to 'store' their belongings before they were taken off to camps ...
... Each has a religious meaning, and many are saints. Often, people will touch the statues for good luck; the original statues have been replaced with replicas to help keep them from corroding. We had the bridge nearly to ourselves, and it was a very wonderful experience.
When we finished at the wall, we decided to make the long trip back to the residence hall. We needed to get some sleep and prepare for the next day's adventures. Thus ended part one of ...
... people are actually very, very nice, but it can be hard (or impossible) to break that initial icy barrier (so don't expect overly friendly wait staff if you are in a real Czech restaurant). There are also multiple sculptures throughout Praha commenting on how awful communism (or democracy—but these are less common) is. We were traveling by tram on our second day, and we passed by cement stairs in a park with what looked like a trail of incredible tall, incredibly creepy ...