Club Hotel Daliborka
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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... on through what felt like an enchanted forest. It covers a hill called Petrin which featured prominently in Franz Kafka's early short story "Description if a Struggle". The best part was that our walk was mostly downhill. We rejoined the city near the Most Legii bridge. We continued further south and crossed the river back to our side along the Jiraskuv Most bridge. This brought us further south than we have been before, and we found an area that was filled ...
... group. 40 people turned up for the meeting.....the rest will join the cruise in Budapest. The guide then took us an orientation tour around the nearby area, then we went for dinner at a restaurant underneath one I of the beautiful old buildings.....we had roast duck.....DELICIOUS! The meals here are yummy, but such large serves. I've started to pull back on ...
What a wonderful day. The prettiest day so far. Finally got ro leave my sweater behind. However all the tourists were out in mass today. We tried to find places with the least a mount of traffic. We started the day at Infant Jesus of Prague church better known as Our Lady of Victoey and Saint Anthony ...
... tourists, and found the Taxi Fair Place stand. Our Hotel in Prague is the Hotel Salvador, in a tiny cobblestoned street that the taxi amazingly negotiates without a problem. It has a wonderful Bohemian feel, yellow ochre, sky blue, burgundy and bottle green. Our room is on the third floor, up a glass elevator, and overlooks a tiny courtyard. We are within walking distance of Old town Square, and we have time to explore the alleyways, tourist pedlars, and ...
... behind to get a very different view and we also saw Skogafoss, another 60m waterfall. Foss in Icelandic means waterfall so that is why the names all end in 'foss'. The weather turned rainy and windy on our way to Vik but we still stopped to see the black beach, black sand because it is from volcanic rock. We also saw balsalt rock columns along the beach. We passed Solheimajokull glacier and decided to do a small hike out to Skaftafelk glacier which was cool since you got ...