Design Hotel Jewel Prague
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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... running up the side, to the top. (Or we could have walked....). This funicular began its operations in 1891 and is still running today, albeit with rather newer trains! There was quite a queue to get into the funicular station, so we joined the queue to get in. But then realised that queue was just for the actual funicular. And we didn't have a ticket. So by the time we had bought a ticket, we needed to wait for the next tram. And they only go every 15 minutes. ...
... and thought that the woman who was serving me/owned the bar just didn't know how to speak English and that is why she wasn't friendly.. Also given the fact that I am an obvious tourist. So after a few beers and a little boost of confidence, I sat down, wrote her an amazingly nice note, spent the time to Google translate it and wrote the whole thing out on paper in Czech, and then gave it to her for the next drink I ordered. When I handed it to her, she didn't even smirk or smile ...
... Simon not knowing his left from his rights it took a big longer to get there. Our journey was meant to be slow as people were leaving and they said we could have a table until 2.30 and it was now 11.30 so we should be okay. It is a male Susan is with rather than a female so the chatter should last about an 1 hour 20!? Some of her post chemo coffees were known to last a few hours! We shared some cereal and then had a light lunch dish each which would then see us through the day ...
... to the central square where a group of us broke off to grab a quick drink before dinner. We sat in view of the clock tower which was a marvel in technology at the time. The whole group headed over to our included dinner, which was not that good except for the dessert, then everyone went back to the hotel for an early evening and chit chats in our room. I am lookin forward to exploring Prague more tomorrow...
... that are visible & about 100,000 total burials at this site!
Apparently the Jewish community in Prague in slowly dying out - as the majority of people still practicing the faith are older. Its very hard to be a young Jewish person here as there is only 1 Kosher store in the whole city so it has a monopoly on the market & the prices are outrageous. Trying to live & practive a faith in one of the most photographed areas of the ...