Clarion Hotel Prague Old Town
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... through the Jewish Ghetto - which was almost totally demolished but had a few landmarks left and the oldest functioning Synagogue in the world. These buildings were from the 12th century and some a little older. Most of the city is still intact because they were only bombed once accidentally - the allies thought it ...
Our train from Warsaw to Prague took about 7 hours but it was a very enjoyable experience. The change in landscape was also really interesting, and especially pretty once we got into the Czech Republic. Little hamlets, bridges over rivers, tree-lined passages with walls of in-penetrable green, village scenes and an old man in boots birdwatching with his binoculars, big towns with teenage tagged concrete, babbling brooks and clouds of birds that startled and rose in clouds as ...
... a sandwich and a cool drink. Off to the Old Town Square to see the Astronomical Clock. Prague is a very busy place with tourists and tour groups enjoying a beautiful city. We just missed the striking of the hour on the clock - there was a huge crowd that dispersed soon after. The buildings surrounding the square are bright and in good order. Segway tour guides were buzzing around trying to encourage the tourists to part with some ...
... that Prague is always busy, and it is very busy, even in March. I can't imagine what it is like in high season.
As some of you know, the Turner children are heading to sleep away camp this summer. We thought it would be a good experience for them. They enjoy their cottage time, but Paul and I believe that camp is another important aspect of children's lives. Yes, I know what some of you are thinking, and you ...
... in a Franz Kafka novel....100 years on and nothing much has changed!
A walk across the Charles bridge, built in 1357 and graced with 30 x 18th century statues had us wondering once again, 'what would this be like in peak season?', you wouldn't believe how crowded it was. We visited it again early one morning, and it was great to be able to wander across the bridge without having to shuffle along ...