Designhotel Elephant Prague
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... an omen we should have been more attentive too. We got in and found that it was a gypsy cab and he drove over to the park area and started driving on the walk paths and we realized that this was not going too well for us. After going down a lane and backing up, driving past people waving us away, he returned to where we entered and instead of getting off the walk paths of the park, we asked him to ...
... they simply closed up), at least they didn't replace them or tear them down.
It was also nice to see all of the Jewish history in the city. We had a chance to see the old synagogue and cemetery. It is too bad that it is hard to really get a view of these sites because the more modern buildings (1900) makes it difficult to get an unobstructed view. If you do visit these sites, be aware that there is an admissions charge for every ...
... setup headed into town down to take in the sights, have some food and a couple of beers. It was a big day and went some way to restoring some confidence in the car.
Thursday was all about getting loads of bits sorted whilst we had Internet access, wet for a run and also went and saw a couple of more sights. A no car day was welcome and it was nice to do lots of walking and exercise. That evening we had a few beers ...
... yum! Great duck. Compliments to the Czef. ;)
Next day we were the early birds, making it to Charles Bridge before it was flocked by tourists. Got told off for opening windows from a tower we found for a better view. Lots of reminiscing of old times took place today as we czeched out Czechs (Prahahaha)
Watched a bit of street ball and joined a tour for free. A little mind boggled ...
... the funniest moments of a very funny day happened here. Jodie asked the guard if she could have a photo with him, when he didn't answer she said blink if I can and he blinked. You could tell he was trying not to laugh at our carry on. Rachael and Jodie would have to be two of the funniest people I've ever met.
Stenberg Palace was used, as many great buildings during WWII, as a centre from the Nazis. Apparently, there is a curse on the ...