Dolce Villa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... building that I had both ever stood inside and also ever seen. It was just spectacular, a true work of art preserved in time. We then hoped a rope to avoid an Asian tour group taking photos, only to make eye contact with a couple of security guards at the ticket checking point which we also managed to skip by jumping the rope. Rather fortuitously we had managed to skip both ticket check points accidentally.
We walked around the building ...
Our days included several visits to Prague Castle, goulash, the Old Town Astronomical Clock, fried camembert with cranberry sauce, a classical music concert, more goulash, puppet and toy stores, pivo (Czech word for beer), Charles Bridge, more goulash in bread bowls, and tons of walking. Our time in Prague was so enjoyable, and we all decided that we would return here for sure. Several travel ...
... Clock, which moves every hour on the hour. Declan did a great job describing this clock to us and explaining that the sculptures on it represented the fears of the time it was originally constructed in the 1400s. These fears were vanity, greed, death, and a Turk from the Ottoman Empire. When the design of this clock was completed, the architect's eyes were burned out to ensure he never recreated this clock anywhere else. He obviously was not too happy about this ...
... We jump on a tram near our apartment and head in towards Old town. We wander down the bank of the Vltava river until we hit Charles bridge with it's throngs of people and artists selling their wares, right in the middle of the bridge people were randomly grabbing a statue bowing their head and carrying on along their way (we discovered later the statue depicts the man who is the patron saint of bridges in Prague and if you touch him and make ...
... Ours was 300ck but some of the guys got charged 500ck and even 750ck! They serve these things called a boat here. They had them in Venice too. It's a plastic boat shaped thing that hold 6 bottles of red bull and a bottle of vodka in the middle. It all gets mixed up and everyone has a straw. I didn't get in on that, but I did when the one with OJ came out. Other guys sunk a few boats. It was a big ...