Downtown Residence Apartments
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Downtown Residence Apartments Prague
Travel Blogs from Prague
... so easy). We had no Polish zlotys so stopping and buying anything was out of the question. We stopped at an old church right after crossing the border to pick up a Geocache in Poland so I could earn the country souvenir. The second stop was at the site of Stalag VIII -- a Nazi POW camp. Just a memorial there now but a lot of people died from starvation and illnesses -- not an execution camp like Auschwitz but still ...
... performances including singing, dancing and playing instruments. There are also food stalls, cooking delicious looking and smelling food, such as Prague ham, sausages and those Hungarian sweet bread roll-s. We walked home via Charles bridge. Which is a very famous bridge in Prague, now only for pedestrians. It was built in the 15th century and has been an important site over the history of CZ, including the site of the last battle of the 30 year war. It contains many ...
... bed, after settling in and making a plan for the next morning we went to sleep. Morning arrived and we were once again treated to a great complimentary breakfast although we did avoid the more traditional dishes of smoked fish and unrecognisable salad options.After breakfast we organised ourselves and headed for the centre of town for the free walking tour, the tour itself started from the main square where we got a look at a number of buildings of varying ...
... stalls. I'd like to point out that at this point I had not bought anything at all- and I didn't buy anything for the rest of the day either. I got lot's of ideas though! I had hoped to get a chance to visit the Jewish graveyard, where Rabbi Loew is buried -he is said to have created a Gollum to protect the Jews of Prague- but it was not meant to be. There are LOTS of Gollum themed souvenirs and restaurants in the quarter.
Since we needed to be back to meet Jeanne we started ...
... over the older parts of the city and got the feeling of the culture and history.
Attended a 1-hour baroque concert (organ and oboe) in the central cathedral yesterday late afternoon.
The beer is yummy especially in the atmosphere of the beer gardens. Menus offer heaps of heavy-duty meat dishes a you have to look hard for the salads.