Longin Center - Marriott Executive Apartments
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Good, clean, and reasonably priced at the time of year I visited.
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Our second full day in Prague, and there is a lot of walking afoot. Three of us got rolling to visit museums and such while the remaining two wanted to start their day at church, with plans to meet up later.
The first stop of the day was the National Museum building which includes the National Technical Museum. It was a very enlightening …
A late afternoon flight from Dublin, which arrived at PRG mid-evening, followed by a quick cab ride to the hotel. All we did in the evening was check-in, take a quick walk to the central square, grab a bite to eat, and have one at a local pub. The last part of the night we chatted over beer at the hotel, then rested up for the what the next day had in store.
After a quick bite of brekkie at the hotel, we spent the day walking about town, following our fearless leader. The first "sight" I noticed was a statue of a man (later learned this is Sigmund Freud) hanging well above the buildings. Continuing around, we passed the many coloured buildings, housing cafes, and shops. Eventually we came to the …
... day we explored the Prague Castle area. We got there for the noon opening time on a Sunday and bought a ticket which let us see St. Vitus , the basilica, golden lane and the old section of the castle. Located at the top of a hill overlooking prague the great views alone were worth the journey up here. The cathedral is one of the most beautiful I have seen inside with many little smaller side altars and elaborate decoration. ...
... to permanently connect the two sides of the city. He also had a university built and of course the usual castle and chuch. We walked across the bridge which is pedestrian only now, and has statues of saints and other historical persona. The bridge also hosts numerous street vendors of all sort: trinkets, souvenirs, caricaturists, musicians, etc. At the far end is a small market with numerous stalls selling goods and food, and a four piece band was playing ...