BEST WESTERN City Hotel Moran
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... as an independent part of the Catholic church. By the year 1182 a Romanesque stone monastery was built on the place of an older foundation of Prince Vladislav II (from 1140). It’s peace was disturbed by a fire in 1258, when the church was destructed almost totally. A reconstruction in the Gothic style followed, but that was not to last either, as Baroque retouches were added during the beginning of the 18th century. In the meanwhile the abbey was plundered first by ...
... chapel. The second room was a dining room with a huge table and an ornate furnace. There were three Coat of Arms hanging on the wall. The first had a gate to the city with an open entrance. The second and third Coat of Arms had an arm holding a sword fiercely guarding the city. The third is an Auditorium that is used often for events and celebrations. There are two huge paintings, 8m X 5m on opposite walls. The fourth was a small ...
... flat landscape. Closer to the Czech boarder there was excitement with cameras snapping throughout the carriage as the train started to travel along a river with rocky mountains rising sharply from it's far bank. Festooned with trees in their autumn colours these craggy hills had small dwellings and holiday huts dotted here and there. Two nights and one day was our all too brief stay in Prague. It is such a beautiful city. We stayed again in a great ...
... and certainly gets you talking!
There are many beautiful squares in Prague that we walked around, the main being the Old Town square Starometske Namesti, with eateries and bars around its perimeter and wonderful old buildings such as the Astronomical clock which puts on a little marionette type show every hour. Like Charles IV Bridge, the square is packed with tourists, and in the middle of July, you can hardly move here. A little more peaceful and with far ...
... church, free of charge. i didn't realize the amazingly cool building was the church and not the castle, so th efact I got o tour that a bit for free was really cool. I think I will have to go back and actually pay to take the tour, just to say I got to see the whole thing. I was talking to my friend and he said, "Oh god, you are taking three kids on the public transport? God luck with that. Kids are so hard to take". But ...