Holiday Inn Prague Congress Centre
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
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... kind of gingerbread than we are used to back home. This is a soft centred cookie with nuts, spices and fruit peel similar to what you would use in a fruitcake. Very delicious! With a few minutes to spare before our 1:00 p.m. departure time, we made it back to the coach and loaded up and were on our way edging that much closer to Prague. Along the way we made one last comfort stop for 30 minutes before our last leg into Prague. When we arrived at our hotel, our rooms were ...
... and set off on a free walking tour. I find it far easier to appreciate the amazing buildings when I know the stories behind them and we learned about the history of alchemy in Prague and the medieval towns that merged to create today's city. We had to leave the tour a bit early in order to get to the meeting point for our Kutna Hora trip. While it is possible to get to ...
... can't smoke but it sits beside the door less smoking area.
Today we have the morning to ourselves before we unite on a lunch cruise on the Vilava River, and take a tour of the WWII bunkers in the afternoon.
I settle in for a morning of the Australian Open, before heading out to explore the UNESCO World Heritage town myself. Wandering along the jumble of laneways, alleys and courtyards, and past the ...
... to check out the bar that the owner of the hostel owns and runs. It is called the Red Eye and is right around the corner. We were the only ones there for our stay of 2 hours. I felt kind of bad. The owner of the bar also owns the hostel and he is from Indiana. Pretty nice guy. We tried our first local beer called Svijany. It is a pilsner style beer and good cold. Beers are pretty cheap here... 32 kunas or about $1.60 each for a pint.
I am now super ...
... Nicholas. This was an amazing church and great example of Baroque architecture. The inside has elaborate designs and the alcoves had lavish tombs and sculptures leading to a magnificent altar and 70m high dome with frescos. The altar has 4 large popes looking to protect it and a massive organ with over 4,000 pipes up to 6 meters which Mozart played in 1787. We were allowed to take photos fortunately and walk up into the gallery on the second floor and look up ...