Hotel Residence Agnes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Mon. June 9Hot, hot, 30 plus, so we decided to get on the Metro and check out a mall at the end of the line. When I was reading about the malls found some interesting history.
In 1989 at the end of Communism in the Czech Republic, was the start of the economic development and over the past 10 years there have been 12 new modern malls being built with 6 of them in the last 4 years-- the picture we had of the poor people living here is no longer that, there are ...
... high up and quite small so didn't photograph them. Lunch in the square and then a quick wash and off for our afternoons excursion. We walked to Wenceslas square to meet our tour, lots of shops of course including, C & A, Marks and Spencer, Debenhams, etc. We set off in a small bus and the tour was took 3 hours, it was impossible to do more than tell you what was what in that time suggesting you return and explore ...
... that it's decent enough, but certainly in no way a contender for a favourite cuisine. This morning was my final morning with Uncle Russell and Scott, we had a hearty American breakfast (the Czech do not seem to do breakfast) we visited the Tim Burton exhibition that was showing given that well firstly awesome! And secondary it was even colder and more drizzly than the day before. Post exhibition Uncle Russell and I shopped (for him, not me) and Scott went to investigate ...
... any bombs, which means that we can enjoy the old buildings with gargiols and more today. A fter this tour we then went back to the hotel to find that our Tour Manager Becky has organised an ice hockey game for us to see. This is awesome it was packed full of screaming fans half dressed in blue and half in red and the were shouting what we can only describe as war ...
... before finding a nice restaurant for my birthday dinner.
On day two I woke up early way too excited to sleep knowing I could soak in a bath, so it's exactly what I did.
By midday we all ventured across the Charles bridge and up to the famous Prague castle, saw the changing of the guard, strolled through the grounds before finding another way home. In the evening we went to see a very unusual black light theatre ...