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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... their concerts here and organised for their lighting team to install it. Our daytime tour of the castle, the largest medieval castle in Europe lasted 3.5 hours during which we were entertained by our very witty English guide!! Modern street art caught our eye again and although we didn't see the "Dancing House" (modelled on Fred & Ginger) in the best light, we still loved the modern architecture.
... in a monastery on Palace Hill. The collection is incredible for two reasons. First, the rooms are beautiful. One has incredible plaster and ceiling paintings (all done by a monk) that are out of this world and the other room contains a series of built-in bookcases that the monks picked up in a "fire sale" around 1790. The second reason that their collection of books is so old. While it made Don wince, our guide would pick a book at ...
... the hotel. They had pancakes but they weren't really pancakes. To call it a pancake it has to be thicker than a tortilla. No, this was a crepe. I was disappointed. I finally got my hands on some pancake mix in Florence though. I literally only know 1 place that sells it. I buy a box of it a week. I've been deprived for too long.
After breakfast we left on a walking tour of Prague. They brought us to the castle district where Prague has the largest castle complex in ...
... we decided it would be a good idea to try out another in Prague, which lasted around 4-5 hours. We had a much smaller group of just 5 people, which inevitably made the tour feel more personal than the bog-standard tourist trails that you could easily lose track on in a large group. Although Prague is a beautiful city, filled with baroque and art nouveau style buildings, it has gradually become unbearably touristy in places such as the Old Square. ...
... which was good but not great, and the same with a smaller cathedral which was older (after seeing a few it takes a bit to get you excited!). We then wandered through the golden lane which was a small lane with houses and artifacts from the time, this was very good with heaps of old swords and lots of suits of amour some that were 1500 years old. I had a go at firing an inaccurate crossbow. There was also a prision and all the torture gear to get the information out of ...