EA Hotel Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... amazing and looked like something out of game of thrones. It offered an amazing view of the city and I watched the changing of the guard which was short but was still interesting to watch. I walked around the city some more and then went to meet up with Mike who I had met in Berlin. We then met a guy called jiri who was one martins friends who had offered to give us the Czech experience by a local. So we went to a Czech restaurant where it was £3 for a meal and 90p for ...
... subject was rather dark. Kim and I had planned to bring our children to the opera, also - what a fantastic experience to attend an opera at the National Opera House, right?! Well...I did not read the reviews prior to attending the show, or i would have known that the directors choices made the opera completely INAPPROPRIATE for anyone under 18!! As I was watching the first act unfold, I was silently having a total breakdown at what the two ...
... impressed me for being if the Middle Ages. Next was a brief tour of the Basilica then onto Golden Lane. Golden Lane is a preserved section of houses that surrounded the castle, originally built to house guards and other ppl who worked in the castle. They have the houses staged as how you would find them back in the day. They were pretty neat. Had to be careful not to hit your head, people were shorter back then. We climbed back down the hill ...
... years ago Big John" - he remembers you well !!
There are a lot of buskers in the Old Town Square - the older chap playing an ancient accordion and singing (very well), an accomplished young organist, a jazz band, Scottish piper, opera singer, flautist (yes - with a flute - not flaunting !) and the usual human statues.
At the chiming of the hour at the Astronomical clock, it is standing room only as the crowds gather to watch it ...
... sidewalk cafe (two large coffees nearly 14 pounds or NZ$28!) and also tried a local speciality - trdelnik: a long strip of sweet pastry dough curled around a wooden pole, then baked over hot coals until crisp and finally rolled in cinnamon sugar and almonds. Yum!
- The National Theatre : a neo-Renaisance building built on the banks of the river in the 1800s as a symbol of the National Revival;
- We crossed ...