Hotel Kampa - Stara Zbrojnice
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... they run so efficient and often. Walked up Wenceslas square, up the hill and then you look down the street, this is where the people gathered to overthrow communism. Hundreds of thousands had demonstrated in this square.
Thurs. June 5
Stay in neighbourhood day. Took tram to Florenc about 3 stops away and started at the Prague museum. Best thing there was the Langweil model of Prague, made of paper, with all the colours still in tact---did it back in ...
... br> Accommodations:
We stayed at Salvator Superior Apartments. The apartment itself was better than expected. We stayed in room 504. The apartment was extremely large. We had a foyer, large kitchen with all the necessary appliances, bathroom, washing machine, living room with a sofa, tv, table with seating for 4 and a bedroom with double bed. Location was right on the border between Old Town and New Town, which was perfect. We were only about ...
... the hurling from Ireland. Vlad and Ivan started chatting to a big Texan girl who think was named Shona, but both Ivan and Vlad can't remember. We showed her around to all the great places to go and Surprise surprise, had a big night that went well into the we small hours. We had to catch the train the next day for Dresden, which was a real hard slog after eight nights in Prague, but we got the train without issue and made our way to ...
... Town" and the square. Here we found Saint Nicholas's Temple and the somewhat comical Astrological Clock. The square is a spectical and is surrounded by alley ways filled with an eclectic array of shops, markets and numerous restaurants. We headed back via the famous Charles Bridge, the first bridge built by Charles IV in 1357 which was the only connection between the two towns until much later. Today it is a pedestrian bridge, lined with sculptures, market ...
... story. The other is that the city feels like a giant stage set. Perhaps it's the architecture or the colour of the buildings and the excessive use of gold leaf, but I couldn't shake the feeling that I was somehow walking through a giant Disneyland. This feeling was later enforced when we got stuck in a thunderstorm that night on our way home from a couple of drinks. Lightning bolts cut through the inky sky and thunder shook ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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