Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague
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Jim & I enjoyed sleeping til 8 this morning! After dressing we had pastries at a Patisserie on the Rue de Kleiber. Jim noticed the rest of our group standing on the corner across from us with their luggage so I ran over to say our goodbyes & thank yous. We went for our last stroll by heading up the Champs d Elysee past the Arc in a new direction. …
Our last day in Prague....and also the last tour day of our journey. We toured the Prague castle...high on the hill over Lesser Town and almost directly above our hotel. We are driven to the top with our tour guide Michaela. She has been outstanding these 2 days and given us much information about the history of Prague and also about life before and after communism. She ...
... below them, a lesson in medieval morality is enacted by Greed, Vanity, Death and the Turk. However look a little longer and try and figure out the complicated zodiac figures on the clock's face, reputedly there are some occult mysteries encoded in them.
So what this all means is that there are a lot if figures moving and bells are ringing once an hour. There’s even a live trumpeter who does ...
... to show us around (it was pretty quiet at that point in the day and I think he was bored). We had a great tour through this 51 room property. As the name implies, the theme of the hotel is music. They have a music library with literally hundreds of different CDs that the clients can take up to their room and play on the top-of-the-line sound system (Bang and Olefson). There is a charming interior courtyard which had just opened for this ...
... this post I forgot them all.
At the top of the castle district you could see an amazing panoramic view of Prague. Then they took us to an old monastery where monks brewed beer. Yes you read that right. Monks are all about living separate from society so if they wanted something they had to make it themselves. Hence the brewery. I didn't try any because it wasn't even noon yet when we got there and honestly I was still pretty hungover from the night before.