Clarion Hotel Prague City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsClarion Hotel Prague City
Fast internet, great buffet breakfast!
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... which I find myself currently immersed. (The Italians have just started celebrating something. It's unclear what, but it has significantly worsened the acoustic conditions of my current state.)
Prague was intensely reminiscent of Budapest, resembling it not only in its geography but also its dirt cheap beer (hallelujah). Tragically there were none of the ruin bars or thermal baths that enamored me so in Budapest, but Prague compensated with waterfront dance floors, floating ...
... quarter with one of the oldest synagoges and Jewish cemeterties. Buildings are decorated with Jewish symbolism and are very beautiful. We visited the famous Charles IV bridge. Even Stephen got so cool that we could hardly take photos. Right at the end of the tour the sun did come out for some lovely panoramas of the city.
... France, where it took me a few days to get into it. I would probably go back to Rome, just to check out a few places we may of missed, and hopefully when the Trevi Fountain doesn't have renos on. Was a lil disappointed in Rome's public transport, as Paris and London have trains everywhere, Rome only had a small amount of trains, but relies on buses for public transport. One thing that was crazy about Rome, is the amount of ancient ruins spread over the city. These ruins ...
Up early on 8th October, a quick breakfast and out of our hotel in Munich by 8.15 am. Called past a bakery for provisions for the train ride to Prague. The train departed on time at 9.01 am and we arrived in Prague on time at 3.44 pm. The crane was waiting for us to lift Bev's suitcase. Straight to the ATM to get some Czech currency and then found our apartment again with a minimum of fuss.
We unpacked and went for a stroll around our ...
... Many artists sell their work on the bridge, whether it be paintings, caricatures, key rings, self portraits and so on. Being that is was such a warm day and we had made it across the bridge we decided to have a pause in sightseeing and have a refreshing beverage, for me a mango daiquiri and Don, a beer. Yum. Moving on and we passed an absinthe bar. Prague is very well know for its absinthe, so a Don and I thought we may as well. The lady at the bar suggested a particular absinthe ...