BEST WESTERN City Hotel Moran
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... Wow the restaurant was called Parliament and it was fab! The meals consisted of rabbit, turkey, boar etc both food and drinks were extremely cheap! So far we LOVE Prague!! After tea we had food comas so away to bed we went!! The next day was our sight seeing day! We woke up early got our walking shoes on and away we went! Prague is beautiful - we set off for the Bridge of St Charles and the castle but on our way walked through the markets in ...
... cheap. Maybe not Pointer Pub in Budapest cheap, but beer is the cheapest drink on the menu everywhere (cheaper than coffee, soft drinks, or even water), so you can’t help drink a beer or two while you’re there, especially when half a litre is only around $2. We opted not to join one of the zillions of pub crawl tours you could do (I’m sorry, but Czech Drinking Team pub crawl t-shirts are not cool!!). Instead we found heaps of great drinking holes (mostly with ...
We arrived in Cesky Krumlov by bus from Prague with high expectations for this little Medieval village as both Steph and Simon and Maureen had highly recommended a visit. Our pensione accomodation was overlooking the river and we had a balcony so Dean, Trevor, Judy and I could sit back and take in the beauty and charm that is Cesky Krumlov. We arrived to catch the end of their 5 petal festival and the town was ...
The bridges crossing the river in the middle of the city! The gothic churches! The sunsets! The city lights! The eeriness of a fog in the city! Yup... gives me an excuse to hold my Giovi nice and tight and to hold her hand! (I'm the only man that gets to keep her safe!)
... and figures of the Apostles were added after major repair in 1865-1866. The Orloj suffered heavy damage on May 7 and especially May 8, 1945, during the Prague Uprising, when Germans directed incendiary fire from several armored vehicles and an anti-aircraft gun to the south-west side of the Old Town Square in an effort to silence the provocative broadcasting initiated by the National Committee on May 5. The hall and nearby buildings burned along with the wooden sculptures on ...