EA Hotel Crystal Palace
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... breakfast at the hotel. As I've mentioned protein is a tad bit difficult to come by. I found a vegetarian restaurant that I went to last night for dinner which has become my fav! I know this is going to sound weird however, it's me after all. . . toilet seat covers have been noticeable because of their non-existence . . . of all things, they had them at the vegetarian restaurant.
Next a plug for Clark shoes. I don't remember what ...
... cities! Survive by "tight right, Lucy left, PIG (Passenger in gutter) !Otherwise all is well and we are getting the hang of it but don't take your eyes off the road!. We have camped near the old Medieval towns - Rothenberg and Bamberg and walked through amazing old streets. Rothenberg was a walled city and Bamberg built on a canal. Also tried some of their famous ales. Have now reached Prague and have a lovely camp site on the bank of the Vltava River. Catch a ferry into town ...
... of the President of the Czech Republic. It is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest ancient castle in the world.
Next was St. George's Basilica which is the oldes church building within Prague Castle complex. It was founded in 920 and had to be rebuilt after a fire in 1142. It's ceiling is made of deep, dark wood and decorative windows in the stone walls provide atmospheric lighting. Today classic concerts are held ...
... After seeing the church we visited several other cathedrals and the nearby village.
The next day, we spent our time in the Jewish part of Prague, visiting the museum and cemetery. The museum has all the name of the 78,000 Jews that died during the Nazi occupation written on the walls, as well as an amazing exhibit of children’s artwork done while at concentration camps. A woman was giving the children art lessons every day and stored the pieces under ...
... station! The exhaustion of the last few weeks is absolutely catching up with me now - we got back mid afternoon and then napped until a later dinner. Even Tash napped that entire time - she initially had full intentions of going back into the city for dinner and another walk, but finally finally succumbed to fatigue! While I did enjoy seeing Prague, I would definitely return next time during the week so I could get more done ...