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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We awoke to more power tools so I assumed it must be early in the morning but to my surprise it was 11:00 am. We noticed that our apartment had become very humid over night due to most of our clothes drying on the clothes horse. We stepped out into a much less tropical, cloudy rainy day, stopped for a quick baguette sandwich and then argued about which direction our castle tour meeting place was. We packed lots of ...
... It took about 40 minutes to get from the airport to where we got off of the metro. The directions from the hostels website were not that clear so we got lost trying to find it and went into a store to have someone help us but the worker did not even know where the street was, a couple that got to Prague the day before tried helping us out but they did not know either. We finally found where we were going and got to the hostel and we're very confused because we had to be buzzed ...
... and checked in separately so they got a different room) and took the chance to just take off and not have to worry about anyone else. I started my walk by going to the Charles Bridge which had a lot of street vendors selling artwork and playing music. Next I ventured up the large hill that overlooks the city and contains Prague castle. It’s not so much a castle but a complex of buildings. Unfortunately I had chosen a Sunday to visit and the main church and it was ...
... do in Prague, tours, shows, music, theatre. We both love the city. Its beautiful, old, affordable and relaxed. So much so, we've booked a further 3 nights here, once our 3 nights at Barcelo are finished. We did see some impressive things today, the Astronomical clock, the Tyn church, the Old Jewish cemetery, old town, the Charles Bridge, Old Town Square and Jan Hus monument.
By 5pm, we were scorched and headed back to the hotel to ...
... through this exhibit "The Story of Prague Castle" and see all sorts of artifacts dating back to like, 9th century AD. Plus, the architecture is probably some of the best intact as well. Absolutely fantastic to see. Probably my favorite part of this castle was the Golden Lane, where mostly castle servents would live. These buildings were so cute and little, and the set-up and exhibition of them was fascinating to see. The doorways were even Bobbi-sized!! Oh, ...