Green Garden Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... kings and how the country was coming together, while at the same time, England was being invaded by the Vikings. The royal palace was interesting, while there at a viewing point this gentleman actually shoved me aside so he could get his photo. The royal Palace, like most places experienced during the soviet period, found many artefacts and treasures disappeared,. We also saw the changing of the guard, or at least tried to, the crowds were huge, and there ...
... hot wine is a greater warmer from the cold. On Saturday we went to the main Prague market where there was a lot of good looking clothing and the fruit and vegetable hall was huge with a tremendous range of fruit and vegetables. A rest in the afternoon was followed by a tram ride into the lesser Town and Mass(English) at St Thomas Church in Mala Strana. After mass we returned to our district and had a lovely meal at an Italian restaurant. We decided to change from single ...
... we made our way to the castle through the Rose Garden and then to St. Vitas Cathedral. Walked through the entrance and gasped. After picking up our jaws, and taking many pictures, we proceeded to Vez Tower (bell tower), forked out a few Kc, and climbed 267 circular steps to the top, and most spectacular view of the castle grounds, city, and bridges. Dizzying climb on the way up and down, but fantastic. Continued back down hill to our Pod ...
... tipsy that it was getting kind of embarrassing because the family that owned the hotel were there watching us.
The wine tasting was very good, we tried seven different wines. All of which were brewed in Moravia and made by the family. The last wine was the absolute best! It was only fermented for three weeks so it just tasted like pear juice. It was a favorite among the group also.
The next day we tried to go into some churches, but since it was ...
Guest writer: Angus Weir
Another day, another guest writer. The sun was shining, the birds calling, but most of our party were woken by another bout of loud hammering just outside our room. We soon checked out, said our farewells to our new friends and, as the train was not until noon, we treated ourselves to lying in the park playing rummy.
The train journey again went smoothly, much to our ...