Hotel Kampa - Stara Zbrojnice
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kampa - Stara Zbrojnice Prague
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... elevated area of the city offers visitors a calm oasis, somewhere to stroll around, enjoy views over the Lesser Town (and indeed the whole of Prague), and to visit one of the city's finest churches.Strahov Monastery (Strahovské nádvoří) was established for the Premonstratensians, followers of the teachings of St. Augustine.In 1258, it was destroyed by fire, then later rebuilt in the Gothic style, with further work undertaken during the Baroque period. Strahov ...
... so its easy to have done everything however very difficult to indulge in its beauty.
We headed out towards the city square to see the Astronomical clock, that Dina believed that she had not seen the day before. I even had a photo of Dina standing in front of the clock from the day before, however she refused to admit it was the actual clock. After finding the clock once again we took a few more photos and Dina quietly admitted that she was wrong. ...
... was raised 22' or 8m over a period of 20 years. The rooms that we walked through were at original ground level and below. The rooms are preserved remarkably well with visual evidence of the different building eras. The water wells, the sewerage wells, the jail cells including the 'hole' are all in very good condition. Some artifacts are located in these rooms - unsure if they are authentic. Floor tiles from the 14th are ...
... The vamp itself was mostly a labour camp, each camp had a purpose - Auschwitz is an extermination camp, some are for political prisoners etc. We arrived in Prague and got ready for dinner. We caught a tram into town with everyone for the walking tour with Justin. We saw Prague castle which was apparently lit up by a famous ...
... days gives way to the inky dusk, with theatrical lighting bringing the city to life at night. There is not any direction one looks where it is not a picture book. Being compact, it is an easy city to walk around and take in the sights. In our one evening and day we checked out river boats breaching the weir using the lock, walked through the old city centre, saw the astronomical clock strike 1pm, heard musicians in the square, crossed the Charley ...