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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... down at Vaclav Havel International Airport (PRG), we were won over by the Czech Republic. The purpose of this first entry is only a summary. Upon our return, we'll parse through the photos, our daily reflections and do a more thorough trip report here and at Trip Advisor. Follow us on Twitter @MurkyPig for more. Thursday, August 21 (Arrival) Prague airport is a modern facility, but there is no direct rail access into the city. AAA taxi stands, local ...
We made our way into town with Evan and Alanna (Melbs) this morning and met up with our tour guide in the main Old square. It's a scorching hot day...let's hope it stays that way! Our guide is Andrea too haha - and she's from Slovakia (which was part of Czech Republic back when it was called Czech Slovakia). She gave us a lot of information of the town. And we even went to the Jewish quarter where the Jews were separated from everyone ...
... must have been what they were putting us in search of after all! I think the Use-It Prague office just like sending people on wild goose chases!!
We spent quite a bit of time in Prague’s Jewish quarter (Josefov) with the remains of Prague’s former Jewish ghetto. There are many well preserved Jewish buildings including synagogues and the Jewish Town Hall with its Hebrew clock that goes backwards. We went into several of the synagogues which now house ...
... use a lot less cat food, haha. On friday my host was kind enough to invite me along to the opening of a museum exhibit in the neighboring town and it was so interesting, though I didnt understand very much. I was impressed by the symphony and the german opera singers, and there were also small plays. After 12 hours ( as I had been there all day) my head was filled with german!!
PRAGUE!!!The fourth european country I have encountered in my life (not counting the ones where ...
... the river, and into the town. It's very warm today so we had to rehydrate along the river.
Absolutely exhausted tonight so it's going to be an early one.