Clarion Hotel Prague City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Fast internet, great buffet breakfast!
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... a great day of exploration. We ended up in a beer garden overlooking the river and most of the city. We loved it- it was a great place for people watching and laughing at all the dogs playing and roaming around.
The next day we went into the city. We hiked up a giant hill to a monastery that had a brewery. Thy beer was delicious and the atmosphere was awesome. We also hunted down a cool old library that we had been wanting to see. The walk ...
... Germany has no speed limits, so once the roadworks had ended and we got to turn around, I put my foot down and we were back on track in no time. Speaking of speed: I had the cruise control set to 150km/h (after the roadworks and heading for Prague) with most of the traffic still passing us, when a large BMW appeared in my rear-view mirror. It shot past us at what seemed like twice our speed. He was flying! When everyone is travelling that fast, it ...
... Prague!! First stop were the Xmas markets in the old town, they were just awesome!!! Such a beautiful old city lots of gothic type buildings. The markets were full on, amazing food and most importantly lots of mulled wine and oh so cheap!!!! We spent the morning mooching around drinking mulled wine, eating donuts and kransky sausages and chips and deep fried bread way too tempting. In the middle of the square is the famous astronomical clock, we ...
... We visited a few stops along the way including the incredible St Barbara’s Cathedral.
Kutna Hora is a small town, but the reason so many flock there is to view the bone ossuary. The ossuary itself was smaller than I imagined, I don’t really know how to describe it in any other way than to tell you it was haunting. There were chandeliers made of skulls, wall trimmings of femurs and bones stacked upon ...
Back to the city to find Wenceslas Square, and after much fruitless hunting in the extreme humidity discovered that we had been walking up and down there all the time.
John has discovered a shop in Prague called "Bubbleology" which he has become quite excited by, they make drinks with either a tea or milk base in a whole range of different flavours but also into the drink ...