Hotel Kampa - Stara Zbrojnice
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... shredded cheese. I can't remember what it was called. But it was good.. We stood outside in the cold around tall tables. The wind had picked up,on the castle hill but we headed back within the walls to stand in line to see the basilica. The line wound around the building but it was worth it. Pictures cannot show the beauty of the church and the stained glass. Some were tiny mosaic pieces making up,the pictures and some were larger pieces of glass. All were as tall as ...
As soon as my plane landed to Czech Republic and the air hostess announced that it was 25 degrees outside the board, I knew that the trip to Prague was going to be unforgettable. I’ve never been in Europe before so it was a huge change for me. By saying different I mean the culture, the way people were dressed and even the buildings were so unusual. Our Hotel was unbelievably beautiful and was located almost in the ...
... man (he is 62).
So the Todd gives me some more advice about where to go in central Kracow and which tram I need to get back to the bus stop and wishes me good luck.
I head out into Kracow without much of an idea of what I'll find. Turns out it is a wonderful old city, not damaged in the war, so has preserved it's ancient charm. Ate the most ridiculous bread and toppings thing in the old Jewish quarter of the city, nearly made myself ill actually so I had ...
Wednesday 2 July 2014 Prague
Mostly Sunny 23C
I was up early this morning as I was determined to see the Charles Bridge and some of the monuments and buildings without the crowds. By 8am I set off and the Old Town Square was nearly empty, just a few ladies attending to the flowers and a couple of people heading off to work or setting up the tables for the coffee shops and cafes.
I reached ...
Sleep in day then amble around and take in the sights one more time and have a look in the mall. We practice our czech language a little along the way. It isn't easy! I am slowly getting used to the currency here although still find it difficult to tell which coin is which. We had been told the czech people are hard work and quite abrupt on the surface but are friendly if you make a little ...