Hotel Bila Labut
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and during the Thirty Years’ War by a regiment of the Swedish army. The last but not least hit that the abbey had to take was the bombardment of the church’s premises by the French, in 1742. After the Communist regime ended, the abbey was returned to the Premonstratensians in 1989. The Strahov Monastery it is not only an active place of pilgrimage but also a valuable museum and a famous library, still holding an unbelievable number of rare volumes.
... struggle given the drying clothes and lack of sleep. Dina was up at 9, however I woke at 9:45 and packed my bag in record time. Following this, Dina changed her outfit around 3 times in the bathroom before deciding on what to wear for the day. The weather as it had been in Prague while we were there, was overcast and warm. We had around 5 things that we had planned to do during the day that we were finishing up from the day before. It is a small and ...
... two Lunar (semicircular paintings by a renowned artist) and a special,vase that was donated to the Major by a visiting dignitary. In one section, there was part of the existing Tutor (external timber framework filled with bricks) wall where fire damage from 1945 is evident. We then ventured underground, down 8m to what was the original ground level of the square. Being so close to the river, the square was often flooded, so the ...
We drove to Prague stopping at Mauthausen concentration camp before we left Austria. It was so interesting and sad, there was living quarters, stairs which the prisoners had to carry stone from the quarry to build the camp, showers for disinfection, gas chamber and crematorium as well as museum house in the old hospital explaining ...
... the Airbnb network. I can't recommend finding accommodation this way highly enough. We've stayed in such amazing, cool and central locations with great facilities. A hotel in the same locations would cost three times the price. Like Florence, Prague is so photogenic. In and around the old city and along the Vltava river, the city is a fairytale of cobblestone streets, pastel dolls house facades, castle spires and fortifications. The soft light ...