Club Hotel Daliborka
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... to access compared to others we had visited. The climb up the castle tower via several narrow winding wooden staircases and ladders was not for anyone with a fear of heights but the view from the top was awe inspiring.
It was reasonably easy to escape the majority of the crowds if you could find a shady table in pleasant spot in the dining precinct by the river. As the waters of the river were quite fast flowing it was a popular place for a bit ...
... of saints and kings. We wandered the streets of the Mala Strana district and came across a beer shop where Alan had his choice of many different beer glasses as a souvenir. By now it was time for a snack so we found a corner cafe to have Staropramen beer and share some meat and potatoes, sausage in this case. We watched the trams go by on busy Karmelitska street and the local shop keepers and their shop dog. The intermittent drizzle had turned into steady drizzle and it ...
... style between 1704 and 1755. It has been described as the most impressive example of Prague Baroque and I can vouch for that. It is really impressive - so ornate and richly decorated with a 70 metre high dome. When we came out, Laurie decided to buy an umbrella and that did it - the skies cleared and the sun came out! We headed back to the hotel for a rest as we had booked to go to a concert that evening. So we headed into the ...
... and I caught a train out of Vienna Tuesday morning to go Prague. It's a five hour train ride, with several stops in the Czech Republic. An interesting note about crossing borders in Europe: with the Schengen Agreement, we can cross borders of EU countries with no passport checks, and no stopping at all. Also, unlike crossing state borders in the U.S., there is no huge sign proclaiming that you are leaving one state/country and entering another. Not even a little sign. At ...
... year recipe. It was pretty good! I then headed for a park I had seen from the palace and had been pointed out to me. I never found it with all the winding roads but I did stop for a Trdelnik, a local pastry that is unreal!!! Then I headed to the Charles Bridge to touch the monument which, according to legend, if you touch, apparently will bring you back to Prague some day.
Then I headed back to the hostel and picked up dinner on the way. When ...