Dolce Villa Hotel
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... confused because her explanations didn't make any sense. And she didn't understand any of our requests for elaboration. Still, it doesn't take much to understand what a horrible place it was.
After our tour of the prison, we went into town to two more places that told more of the story of the Jewish people who were kept there. We only spent about 20 minutes at each place so we didn't get much out of it. At one point our guide told us we ...
[I arrived in Prague on the 24th and stayed in the Czech Republic until the 28th.]
Arriving at the airport in the early evening, I hoped on my bus line needed to connect to a train that would bring me to my destination. It was a little difficult because the Czech language is quite different and hard to read; it's not like Spanish or Italian where the words look similar to the English language. Plus, the little machines to get your tickets can be confusing. Luckily, ...
... with every type of European view you want to see. The old Charles Bridge, the Prague Castle, the Saturday morning farmers market selling delicious authentic Czech food, and off course good cheap beer. It was rainy and cloudy for our first few days here, but even with that weather Prague has not failed to impress. The old town square at night is lit up and full of people, with street performers playing their accordions ...
... but very touristy as well. The people waiting on you aren't anywhere near as friendly or nice as the people I have encountered out in the non tourist areas. To me, it's just more pleasant an experience out with the locals.....and a HELL of a lot cheaper. A beer in the tourist areas usually costs two to three times what you can get the same beer for in the locals areas. And the service is better and more cordial.
We head back to the apartment and hang out ...
... I am fairly knowledgeable about one and make pretensions to be knowledgeable about the other (you get to choose).
The second type of tourist, and I'm in this group, shuns the mindlessness and ease of following a guide, opting instead to set their own pace and direction through the city. These tourists can be found at every intersection of that rat-warren of streets and passageways that twist and terminate through the medieval unplanned Old Town. And all of them ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services