Hotel City Bell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Prague is one of the most beautiful cities I've ever seen. Wonderful cobblestone streets, truly ancient edifices (11th century and before in some cases) and thousands of tourists. Thousands and thousands of them. To the point of being uncomfortable. We were told a few times that locals stay away from Old Town or anywhere near the sights because of how touristy it all is now. That said, we really enjoyed our time and I'd still recommend visiting to anyone.
We like our hotel in Prague even more than the one in Berlin, with rainshower shower heads, clever decor and much more space. Jonathan and I throw things in the room and run out to locate the ATM, and to find out where to purchase 3-day transit passes. As soon as everyone has obtained their necessities, we head out for our first visit to the Old City. A tram drops us ...
... the square. If possible, take a small backpack or messenger bag on your daily excursions. A recently purchased Osprey brand messenger bag from REI went above and beyond on this trip. Each day I packed a small camera, book (for the random cafe we stopped into), passport copies, an umbrella and miscellaneous items depending on our plans. The bag held our small purchases such as magnets, postcards and trinkets without compromising our hands as we walked about. If time ...
... loved being with Anna. She even spoiled them by making them hot chocolate after they put the bread in the oven. I am pretty sure they were ready to move to Prague to live with her. :) We went up to our room for 30 minutes while the bread baked and then the kids ran down to check in With Anna to see how the bread had ended up. It came out nicely and she told us she would serve it at breakfast, but save us pieces. It was a wonderful day and all of us were quite exhausted by the ...
... we sorted our money out.
We began "under the horse's tail"- literally at the foot of a statue of Good King Wenceslas sitting on his enormous horse. This statue sits at one end of Wenceslas Square, the heart of the Czech Republic's political history. Here we learned about the Velvet Revolution when communism was finally overthrown in 1989. We walked along the huge boulevard and had lunch here before jet lag finally caught up with us.
We had to stop in the ...