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... time of day to see it. This was probably the highlight of the day, as it was indeed extremely quiet with only a few people walking slowly taking in the sights. Only later, after crossing the bridge again several times at different times of the day, would we realize how smart a decision that was. Every other time we crossed it, the journey was a complete nuisance. Thousands of people walking at a snail’s pace, vendors, artists, ...
... how busy Prague can be on a weekend. It was hard to get through some places, so in the peak season it must be almost impossible. The Lobkowicz museum was highly recommended in my trusty Lonely Planet. Ruth and Mark had visited once I passes on this info. They agreed it was the best so far and although we are up to pussy's bow with museums, we visited. It was a very special museum as its operated by and has the audio tour by the family whose heritage and collected ...
... most enjoyable group dinner we had on the trip. The food was good, but the manners of a couple of the more senior and newer members of our group, I will refer to them as Riana and Pisa, left a lot to be desired. Riana took one small bite of her meal and proclaimed it tasted as bad as it looked. I do not think this person appreciated that food differs from country to country, which is part of the adventure of travel. If you want to eat ...
... check it out. Held quite a ways away in Ladronka Park, we arrived when the party still seemed to be in full swing. Walking around, there was a stage as well as food and drink (including beer stands). Several open fires were set up and people were barbecuing sausages. All in all it seemed like a fun time. The food stalls were of a small variety, mostly serving food from the region including Hungary and Slovakia.
We were still curious as to why it was ...
... his punishment for being disrespectful to the statue.
We went on to climb up the hilly streets to the castle along the way seeing the old style house numbering, such as the three violins for the violin makers that had lived within or the house with the golden horseshoe or the two suns.
The castle has an interesting clock with two faces higher up for the hours and lower down for the minutes. Next back down ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service