Design Hotel Jewel Prague
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- High-speed internet in room
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... like a whole new person, which left me in a great headspace to wander around Prague. The day before we'd seen the government buildings and church at the top of the hill, the John Lennon wall, and then wandered across Charles Bridge to Old Town Square. First impression was that this city is beautiful. Since there's only 1.2 million people here (plus a hell load of tourists) the place doesn't feel quite as crowded as other European ...
... river was the Royal Palace and a beautiful set of church spires. We got off the bus and set off exploring toward this church. There was so much to see in this little area. We made our way to the Castle Palaces and Courtyard and St Vitus Cathedral. I would have liked to go into the church, but it was closed in the morning for tourists, given that it was Sunday and there was such a line up after lunch to get in, I gave it a miss. Such a crowd of ...
... of the most loyal Nazis, Reinhard Hendrich(?). He is also known as the Butcher of Prague. When he became the governor of Czech, he instantly began killing the highest level of society and the Jews. However, the Czech resistance was able to lay a trap and mortally wound him in the process. The Germans were outraged and wiped out an entire village in retaliation. I mean wiped out as in they killed everyone, razed it to the ground, and then deleted it from all maps. They ...
... thoroughfares connecting the northern suburbs – bugger!
Luckily about 15mins down the road we were able to jump on another tram running on a different line able to take us into the city, from where we crossed the river and headed towards the palace. Arriving up the steep drive to the castle gates, I was rather cold and keen to get inside, so after a stop for a mulled wine (random choice) we bought entry tickets and set ...
... She gave us a decisive no. Asked were we could sit, told us to go down 2 carriages. Went in, bunch of bed locked up. Got out of the train and literally put our butt’s in another gear to get to the next carriage before the doors slammed shut and we miss the train. Sat in first class for 5 minutes. Moved down a carriage through the train to the 2nd class seating and asked again if we could make a reservation for a seat or have beds. Magically there was ...