Hotel Fortuna West
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... him to protect the citizens of Prague. The Old-New Synagogue is near the old Jewish cemetery, which for centuries was the only place that Jewish people were allowed to bury their dead. After asking for permission to more land twice and being denied twice, the Jewish people of Prague were forced to bury their deceased loved ones in unholy and terrible conditions: on top of other coffins. We could only the cemetery from a distance today, but we will see it better when ...
... and Acid, at the same time. LOL We opted for more walking in Old Town, which lead us to Klub Architektu -- recommended by Uncle Rick, and it did not disappoint! Next to Bethlehem Chapel (we have a religious theme happening today, completely by accident.) A medieval cellar and now a happening contemporary dining spot. Great food -- Smoked Salmon Rolls w/ beet root and Wilted Arugula, and a Caprese Salad, a Czech beer, a Cosmo, and two glasses ...
... it with the peach. Once back at the hostel I obviously go down to the bar to watch the futbol game and I seriously couldn't believe it. Two guys from my high school were playing cards at a table!! I noticed Gavin and thought he looked vaguely familiar and I pointed at him when we made eye contact saying just that. A second passed and the guy sitting next to him, David, said "oh ****," and when I looked over at him I remembered right away who they were. We had a ...
... even checked the time as we just wanted to keep looking and searching for all the major sites. The Charles Bridge was so busy and there were many weddings taking place which I found odd considering it was a Friday afternoon. All this walking was making me hungry, so off to find some Anna friendly food. Mary and I found a lovely restaurant close to the Charles Bridge and ordered a mixed grill for 2. It was delicious, so far all the food I've eaten ...
... hotel and have an early night.
We departed Munich on the coach for Prague with a 2 hour stop en route at Nurenberg. Another pretty little German town filled with bakeries, savory strudels, pretzels and of course sausages.
On arrival in Prague, we did the optional folklore excursion with unlimited beer and was a fun night. We had a few more drinks in the hotel when we returned.
We had a full day ...