EA Hotel Manes
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsEA Hotel Manes Prague
This hotel is in a nice location. A quieter part of Prague but still walking distance to all of the attractions and close to lots of public transport. It was really good value for what it was and included breakfast with good wifi in the rooms.
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Early start to the morning. Up at 5.15am. After being unemployed for a month that was a bit of a struggle haha. I may have to get back into some kind of routine when I get home.... We will see. At this stage I can picture myself getting up early and going for a run in my new joggers and really embracing each day but given how cold the mornings are …
... for these but whatever it was, they are worth every penny!! I have worn these every day for many hours at a time and no feet aches . . Woo hoo, I can't say as much for my hip flexors . . . gotta do more yoga when I get home!
I have way digressed . . . I'm off to my Architectural tour but, I WILL BE BACK.....
The Jewish Qtr of Prague...
I met my guide Martin at the Rudolfinum....all by myself! I think walking does ...
Started off the day with a tour of the Prague palace and the St. Vitus cathedral. Both of which were massive. Then we walked to the Charles Bridge by way of the Golden Lane. The Golden Lane was where alchemist and a few famous writers supposedly lived. It was full of small houses, now used as shops. The Charles Bridge was crowded so we couldn't stay and talk on it, but it was nice to walk over. Then we were guided back to the ...
A walk down the Golden Lane, an ancient street within the Prague Castle complex was next. It has eleven historic houses inside which period scenes have been created to show the life of the artisans who once worked, ate, drank, and slept in them.
Our visit to Prague Castle would not have been complete without a stop in the Labkowicz Palace Cafe. Here we snacked on tea, expresso, latte and hot apple streudel served with whipped ...
... before she died. It’s an incredibly moving museum, but it was so incredibly busy that we could only tolerate about ten minutes inside before leaving.
Later we walked across the Charles Bridge for a meander. We took a long walk in a park to see the changing leaves, and although it was a lovely, crisp fall day worth savouring, the detour got us really lost. Finally back on track, we stopped at a restaurant Dom had picked for me, saying I would enjoy ...