Chopin Hotel Prague City
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... turned library, where Mozart once played the organ; others enjoyed the sunshine while strolling the city, and even took the funicular up the Petrin Hill (they report that the funicular is as fun to ride as it is to say). A couple even found the sauna in the hotel ! I A relaxing and rejuvenating day for all.
We met up again later in the afternoon for a dinner cruise on the ...
... one of his famous plays, and they had a statue next to it of one of the characters which was cool and kind of creepy. The theatre is also where the Czech Republic's national anthem was played for the first time after they separated from Slovakia. Apparently the old anthem was half in Czech and half in Slovak so they literally just split it down the middle and kept half an anthem each. Awesome. From there we passed by another cool statue, which was a ...
... Quarter (Josefov in Czech). This is a view of Prague that we had not seen before. This is where the working class lives, shops and works. Instead of tourist shops and restaurants we see grocery stores, clothing stores, barber shops and apartment buildings.
And speaking of shops, we were lucky to find a long sleeve shirt for Judith--to protect her arms from the abundant sun, and a pair of boxers for me--to have something comfortable to wear to bed at ...
... br> Our meals are all over the place so since our breakfast of pastries about 8 hours earlier we decided to get some lunch and stopped in a little Italian cafe for carbonara and pizza. I just wanted a good coffee.
Early night in - Nik much better and he and Zed had just watched tv, read, ate and Nik had rested.
One of the advantages of smaller countries in Europe is their TV channels. If you go to France, ...
... whole time; totally high on a hallucinogenic drug. I was a little wary in watching the bar staff member cook the alcohol level off to a mere 55% and burn the sugar. This could get messy and embarrassing.
Thankfully the clothes stayed on, but we were still in a somewhat euphoric state as we tumbled about the town. Absinthe isn't legal in many places, because ...