Hotel Kampa - Stara Zbrojnice
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... warped glass that appears to have been there for a long time, and a replica of the Crown Jewels. Once we'd finished there we visited the Basilica, which was very old but also very small, and from then went to the Golden Lane. Well, the Golden Lane turned out to be the best part of the whole castle visit - it was in fact a lane - but many of the old shops had been restored to show you what they originally did. For example, what used to be an armorers shop had weapons ...
... that have plagued Europe's history. For many non-gypsies, the idea of a traveling family, dispersed between countries yet connected mystically through a passion for adventure, has inspired a romanticism around the "simplicities" of a nomadic way of life. The traveling community we find ourselves amongst is made up of passerby's, foreigners in Europe who have replaced a life in caravans and tents with each new cities local ...
... we were still able to much later on in the day. We made our way to the Charles Bridge and took our time walking across it checking out the bridge band jam out their tunes. At the other side we went on a mission to find the John Lennon wall. The wall was a nice tribute to the man and a reminder to love each other and give peace a chance. After checking out the wall we headed up a large colorful hill and walked up to a tower. At the tower we climbed many stairs up and were ...
... Prague to Vienna, so finally have some time to type in the details of the last couple of days. Sister Losch gave us the contact information of a couple living in Vienna (going to an English speaking congregation). We plan to check into the hotel late this afternoon, then meet them at the bar at the hotel. I’m sure they will have nice suggestions of what to see in Vienna.
Until the next time I get some quiet time to write some more ...
... the touristy areas. On our way there, however, we stopped by one of the theaters and looked around the weekly market that occurs there. It was a farmer's market, basically, but instead of selling local veggies and homemade pies, the vendors here were young designers trying to get their brands and names out to the public. It was really fascinating to see all these younger people who make, design, and sell their own clothing and jewelry. When ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility