Plaza Alta Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was and discovered there was another wing to the apartment which had a further bedroom and a large kitchen. Overall the apartment was in brand new condition, beautifully fitted out and maybe 150 square metres - I decided to calm down, shame about the construction noise though. This was the bargain of the trip at NZD200 per night.
We are located 50 metres from the main square and so went over for a drink, we didn't have any ...
... the shadow of the mighty spires of the Tyn Church. One alley (little street) away from our new digs was the Old Town Square and the Astronomical Clock located on the old city hall tower (our apartment was called, “The Astronomical Clock Apartment”). This area has been the center of Prague since the 11th century.
The clock draws crowd of tourists waiting for the clock to activate ...
... soup in a bread bowl. Of course, no meal would be complete without Czech beer (Don) and Czech Moravia red wine (Jan).
Jan asked Ivana about what small boutique hotels that might be good to see and she recommended the Aria Hotel (in Lesser Town and close by the Charles Bridge). We went into the lobby and were greeted warmly by the Petr who is a bellman but also serves as a multipurpose employee. We spoke to the front desk and ...
... The coordinator here will be leaving for 2 weeks and he asked me to study with 2 of his students while he is gone. I have met both of them and I am really looking forward to the studies. There are quite a few bible studies that attend the meetings. It is a VERY international congregation. Thats it for now. I hope you are all doing well. Feel free to face time us if you want to. Just make sure it's not 3am here... -__- ...
... in front of. They said I was pretty good. It was even funnier though to hear them try to do an American accent. Later we played some Foosball and when our drinking time was up we headed to the next bar. This bar had a downstairs with a dj and a dance floor. We got a few free shots there but then had to buy our own drinks. Good thing beer in Prague is only 45 crown. That's the currency in Prague, so 45 crown is about 2 euros or just under $3. Literally beer was ...