EA Hotel Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews EA Hotel Downtown Prague
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... under a weeping willow type tree, near a small island where all the swans live. Very nice indeed.
After the boat ride finished and we flagged down the guy from the restaurant to come down to the dock and make a space for us to park the boat, we then headed back to our hotel for hot refreshments. We were expecting a friend of ours to meet us at 2pm at the hotel. Jana is a professor at the Prague University who met the Aunties several years ago ...
... 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.
... gift from Prague, visit one of the many book shops that line Wenceslas Square. A literary work by Franz Kafka seems appropriate, and you will always remember where you were when you made that purchase. Skip the American fast food eateries that line the square, instead for two adults and 140CZK enjoy a sausage, two slices of rye bread and drinks of your choice. Street food, Prague style and cheaper than anything you'll walk into along the square. As we fast ...
The tour service Orbridge is ok. We have Amy our designated coordinator, separate from Avalon cruise ship which helps because there are 150 people from all over. The usual ocean cruise ship has 3000 to 5000. Some of these were moaning and *****ing about this river cruise. I don't think I would do the big cruise ships even if I had the dough, too many elderly and some sick people thrown together ...
... had a teeny, tiny voice so we were a little apprehensive but she made up for it with quality chat. The 25 or so of us, followed her yellow umbrella around the streets of Prague, learning about the workings of the famous Astronomical Clock in the main square, the Jewish Quarter, the Opera Theatre and defenestration.
For those of you not up to speed with Central European history, defenestration involved pushing people out of very high ...