Plaza Alta Hotel
Travel Blogs from Prague
... and the views of the city fantastic. We went inside the castle and walked a around the sight. We even watched the changing of the guard, which happens every hour. This is a very official procession and it is hard to believe they are happy about standing out in the cold so still for so long. After the castle we were taken on a tour of the streets around the city centre of Prague. It is such a beautiful city. We ended up at the musical instrument museum, which is probably one of the ...
... It was a tiny park, but I did not have the proper clothes for hiking. This park was incredibly beautiful, it was almost fairytalesque in its beauty. This was also an educational experience because I learned that Czech people are often dark humored or indifferent to some things. Our Czech Guide Z was walking with us and told us that last semester, the spring group was walking through this park like we were. Suddenly a man jobs from a ...
Finally here and I am already in love! The winding streets, the old feel, cobblestone at my feet....and cheap beer, all in a days work when you live the life you have always wanted. I've only been here a few short hours, and I can see why people love it so much! A night time trip to Charles Bridge, can't beat it. More to report as the discovery continues, as does the beer, I'm sure ...
... dinner at a restaurant outside of town. This place is quite old, and was used as a secret meeting place for the anti-communist movement in Prague. Our entertainment tonight was Mr Minnoche who played the keyboard, violin and trumpet, with a mixture of old american standards sung in Czech, Polkas and even the Maccarana.
Tomorrow we are off to Budapest, with a stop in Slovakia (Bratslava) for lunch!
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service