EA Hotel Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... is sheer size and beauty, took a few pictures and then headed out. I had seen earlier, people at the height of one of the points of the castle. So we went around and found the spot, having skipped everything so far we decided to pay the approximately 6 euros of 150 Koruna (Czech currency). The 258 stairs in a rounded staircase went quickly as I was itching to get to the top. At the top we grabbed a bunch of pictures of the incredible views. We could ...
... that Prague is always busy, and it is very busy, even in March. I can't imagine what it is like in high season.
As some of you know, the Turner children are heading to sleep away camp this summer. We thought it would be a good experience for them. They enjoy their cottage time, but Paul and I believe that camp is another important aspect of children's lives. Yes, I know what some of you are thinking, and you ...
... took revenge by going behind the clock and cursing it. Legend says that he cursed it so that anytime the clock stops, something bad will happen in the city. The clock is known to have stopped twice since then and both times there was a severe flood. The square also has 27 crosses commemorating the deaths of 27 rebellions from Czech history.
Also located in another part of the Old Town, Declan showed us Charles University, the oldest university in Central ...
... wish it will come true). We carried on to visit Prague castle and her gardens. On our way up the hill we spied a weird little cinnamon roll type thing and had to try it. If you ever see a Trdelník for sale, buy it, they are delicious. Prague castle wasn't so much a castle as we had come to know but it was cool in it's own right. There was an old guy leading a tour group of about 100 people that we snuck in front of to check out the cathedral. ...
It was forecast to rain so we wore our rain jackets. It was cool, about 65F so we all wore our warm clothes.
The 1st stop with the Music Museum, Narodni Museum. http://www.praguewelcome.cz/srv/www/en/ objects/detail.x;jsessionid=BDE23680CCC BA045EDD8C1745CCA32AC?id=44873 The museum consists of rooms of instruments mostly made in Prague: quarter tone pianos, upright grand pianos, organs of all types, glass ...