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.
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Thursday, October 30, 2014
Prague.... One of the most beautiful cities in the world - not just in Central Europe, not just in Europe, but a truly magnificent world-class city. We've been here 5 days now after planning on spending just 3. I'm sad to say that it's ...
... the heat, probably hoping no one would turn up!! He nearly got his wish, as we were the only 2 for the first part of the tour (2 other groups of 3 joined at the half way meeting point), so essentially we had a private tour as he told us the history of Czech Republic and walked us all around the old historic centre of Prague. He studied religion and journalism at the city university, and was very passionate on lots of issues, plus had lots of interesting stories to relay including ...
... Second Defenestration of Prague. If you would like to know what that is, do we have a class for you ! Ask any one of us -- we will tell you ! I think our guide was a bit taken aback by our enthusiasm, but Prof. Taylor and I were proud of the students' proper respect for this relic of history !
Sigh. Another great day. And more to come !
PS: Did I mention that some folks got to shoot crossbows at the Castle??