EA Hotel Royal Esprit
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... to our apartment around 6 pm via the supermarket to stock up for dinner. "Munji" and salad was the choice. Another great night.
On Friday morning we set off to find the Charles Bridge a famous historic bridge that crosses the Vltava River and in more recent times featured in the Tom Cruise film Mission Impossible. It was a very colourful site hundreds of tourists, many buskers, beggars and stalls. Yes, Bev did buy something. We them ...
... gargoyles all around the edges. As we tried to find our way to the famous Charles bridge we passed a pastry shop, we shared a local delicacy which I described on the image. Finally we found our way to the bridge. It was very eery and not somewhere I would want to wander at night time. All the statues along the bridge depict a specific patron saint, they are dark in colouration and covered in cobwebs. (The bridge is featured along with the rest of a Prague in INXS's 'never tear us ...
... in Prague, it is beautiful, peaceful, everyone is so friendly. We are really sad to be leaving tomorrow. We will most definitely be coming back to Prague and to this hotel. The rooms, service and location have been perfect. Also, each day we have had a little treat left for us to find when we come in at the end of the day. The first day was chocolates, yesterday was a beautiful fruit platter, and today was a little bottle of champagne. What a nice touch ...
... tomorrow. He has done an excellent job of keeping us organized, navigating each new city and subway system, and getting us to our destinations on time without getting lost!! Tonight it's out for dinner and drinks, toasting our last night in Europe. It has been a fantastic, memorable trip. But, the time has come to go home and we can't wait to get there!! Thanks so much to Jim and Sandy for looking after the cats and ...
... styles ranging from pre-Romenesque to modern day buildings such as the one nick named Fred & Ginger. There is also a Gypsy influence in Prague. Lots of music on the street as well as people silently kneeling with heads down hoping you will fill their hat with money not to mention all the witches being sold by street vendors. I have to admit I bought a cackling witch to add to my Halloween decorations.
In the main square there is ...