EA Hotel Julis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Indoor pool
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... rego papers that prove we haven't stolen the vehicle. The policeman who is standing by Louise's window isn't smiling at all. Arrrgggh! Find the papers Helen, find the papers.
But eventually the papers were found, everything was in order, no one was speeding, its all good - we can leave. What a freaky experience. Connor and I do not like being pulled over by the police at all.
We make it safely into Germany, and its pretty ...
... 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">We decided that it was hotel time. We are staying at the Hotel Melantrich, which is about a block from the Mustek metro station right downtown in the middle of things. It's a lot nicer than what I usually stay in, but was also reasonably priced, despite the great location and great quality.
... the river back to the Old Town side and headed for the Jewish Museum. Pudd was interested in going here as he is interested in WWII historical events, but the Museum was more a tour of the Jewish Quarter of Prague - around the synagogues, cemetery and the like. From there we headed home stopping by a bakery where pudd bought himself a cream roll of sorts, and then passing by the two main shopping centres in Prague which face each other - the Paladium and Kovdar. It's ...
... around midnight but it settled after that.
Met our guide Anna Hotcova at 9am and she took us on a 5 hour walking tour of the various sections of the City - the Old Town, New Town, the Jewish area, the Lesser Town, Charles Bridge and Prague Castle. We got most of the way around without getting wet but a thunderstorm just after 2pm caught everyone.
Anna is a 26yo Czech who was born in and has lived in Prague all her life. As ...
... visited the Pinkas synagogue which housed the art of jewish children killed in the Holocaust. The drawings were done in a class with there teacher Friedl Dicker who put them in 2 suitcases and put them in a secret place before being deported to Auschwitz. Several stories are depicted in the drawings really hitting a nerve but a special collection ...