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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
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... the front window it generated quite a large crowd of onlookers who stopped to take photos.
I headed out for dinner about 7pm. It's still hot, but possibly a little cooler than it was this afternoon. The square was packed. Someone had set up a a hose and sprinkler in front of the clock tower and a lot of people were standing underneath it to cool down. I walked to Republic Square to enquire about a tour to Prague Castle tomorrow but the kiosks had already closed. Not ...
... br> We were given a few ideas of stuff to see, and how to get around in Prague from Teresa and Jamie (Thanks T&J!) and Teresa's friend, Michelle (Thanks Michelle!) and all the advice was very helpful. The metro was simple to navigate, fast and efficient - amazing. We saw as many of their recommended things as we could fit in today, and plan to get to a few more tomorrow. Our tour today was about one hour on the bus and two and a half hours walking, and in that time ...
... the Powder Tower, and from there we walk into the central square. We reach the famous astronomical clock just before 6pm, and stay to watch the action when the hour strikes.
We walk around the square, admiring the Christmas Markets and some vocal soloists, and then we locate our dinner restaurant. Following a local's recommendation, we dine at Kolkovna Celnice near the ...
... tempers when you are hungry and wander for too long. I selected a restaurant that brought us into a stone basement with no other customers...Oh oh! Fortunately, it was actually one of our favourite restaurants so far on this trip. The most notable items were Ryan's beef cheeks on a potato and celery puree (something we will attempt to make at home), my fresh ginger tea (literally chopped fresh ginger in boiling water), and homemade bread from the restaurants upstairs ...
... an unspoken rule that the person who gets lost goes back to the last spot we were together. So far it has worked. That and Alex's Akubra have saved us several times!
Once back over the River, you run the gauntlet of jewellery stores. That I couldn't resist. Several were advertising 50 - 70 percent off. I looked in several stores with no sales, and it appeared to be genuine reductions in those stores advertising sales! I ...