Clarion Hotel Prague City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Fast internet, great buffet breakfast!
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We had a walking tour of Prague this morning followed by more Christmas markets. We then headed out of the Czech Republic and through the icy winter wonderland towards Austria. The drive was not too long today and we arrived in Vienna by 4pm. We went to a Viennese dinner and concert this evening, which was a nice way to celebrate our 1 year anniversary.
Day 12: Our day started with a walking tour of Prague's 'old Town' with George, a local tour director in Prague. He was extremely informative as well as engaging and entertaining. He had a gorgeous accent, not to mention being very easy on the eyes. Even the oldies picked up the pace to be close to him. It was so nice having 2 nights in Prague and not having to get up at the crack of dawn to put our cases out. The sights of 'old Prague' are ...
... and spend time just wandering around. We found the "Lennon Wall", a mural/graffiti tribute to the former Beatle located in the artist/student area (Lennon never visited Prague). Followed this up with a light salad lunch in another riverside cafe. Back for a nap before our evening excursion.
This night we booked ourselves a sunset dinner cruise on the Vtlava River. The excursion started with a 45 minute bus tour of the Old and New ...
... can't figure out the transportation services to save my life). Again, the announcement on the tram came on that said "This is the last stop. Everyone must exit". I was no where I wanted to be, so I figured I would go into the market and see if I could grab a beer and enjoy the czech culture that way. So I did, and ended up opening it, drinking some, and then getting on the right train and making my way to the right stop in front of an amazing art gallery I had wanted to go to. Luckily ...
... boiler generated steam in larger pressure chambers to decontaminate the Jews clothes as they arrived while they were hosed down under an overhead grid of showers - I suspect only cold water, as there were very few control valves evident. We were shown the isolation cell which housed the young chap who shot the Crown Prince of the Hapsburg Empire in Sarajevo, which started the First World War. He was convicted and imprisoned ...