- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... It was absolute bedlam. We visited St Vitus Cathedral (beautiful architecture) and the Prague Castle. I think we are about "churched" out. The highlight of the tour was squeezing 100's of tourist into a small doorway to descend stairs into a garden and an exit. Not the most memorable sightseeing of the trip. Our Tour Director then took a group of us to Wallenstein Palace Gardens. The garden ...
... before taking our drunken selves back to our hostel.
Catch Ups and Clocks-Friday 18th July
Feeling slightly seedy the next day, I was raring to explore the city of Prague. The happy couple were keen on having a quiet morning so Phil and I organised to meet up with Tom and Caitlin for a day of sightseeing. We met in the Old Town Square where we were able to see the famous Prague orloj astronomical clock which is able to show not only the time but ...
... over our room (there was even a welcome gift of chocolates in our room) we went for a walk over Charles Bridge. It's a really beautiful city, very gothic style, we love it. There were lots of portrait artists, musicians and jewellery sellers along the bridge, but unlike the street hawkers in Italy, these people don't harass at all as you walk past. We wandered on into Old Town and Old Town Square. We saw the Astronomical Clock but missed out on watching it chime at 5.00. ...
... the leader of Czechoslovakia during the Prague Spring, appeared on a balcony overlooking Wenceslas Square to hear throngs of protesters below shouting "Dubček to the Castle!" As they pushed for him to take his seat as president of the country at Prague Castle, he embraced the crowd as a symbol of democratic freedom. After Czechoslovakia split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia, the castle became the seat of the Head of State of the new Czech Republic. Similar to what Masaryk ...
... list. Next stop was the Old Jewish Cemetery, I know why would anybody want to visit a cemetery, well the simple fact is a lot of history can be learned by strolling about reading the headstones, it is a very small cemetery seeped in history, it is also a very full cemetery with some graves holding six or seven coffins stacked one on top of another. From there it was just a short stroll to the Old Synagogue, unlike most churches a yarmulke or ...