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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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... who looked like toy soldiers at their grey and white striped posts. We went into St. Vitus Cathedral, which was magnificent and quite large. Inside were a lot of alters and chapels and in the center of the church was the Royal Mausoleum (containing the remains of the first Hapsburgs to rule Bohemia, dating back to 1590). Near the apse was the beautiful silver tomb of St. John of Nepomuk (thrown off the Charles Bridge for keeping the Queen's confessions from the ...
... tomb, and final resting place for many rich and famous Czechs. Interesting side note. When they buried people in these churches in the 1400's they weren't so awesome at sealing them up tight. So bad at it in fact that you could smell decomposing bodies in the church during that time. Since the only people who were buried in such a place were the financial elite of ...
Last day in Prague :( we arose and packed our bags as Jiri the owner of the apartment had kindly let us keep them there until the next guests checked in at 3pm. After we had cleaned up the apartment we set off to find a cafe for breakfast and did not have to walk too far to find somewhere nice where we enjoyed a breakfast which was nice. The customer service in Prague is not great though, not sure if they don't like tourists but you just don't get really warm and friendly service ...
Up early today because we were due to leave the hotel at 8am to go on a walking tour. Bus up to the Prague Palace on top of the hill overlooking Prague, then tour around and wend our way back down to the hotel. The guide, Petre, (Peter) is terrific and very knowledgable and informative. We toured around the grounds of the Palace and had wonderful views of the city from its high vantage point. We followed up with a tour of St Vitus Cathedral and delicious morning tea. We walked ...
... our first out of budget spending - an un anticipated one at that. This is our 8th train journey but all previous 7 conductors didn't point that out, though just administrative and just filling up a travel log which end of the day is going to be with us only, but the rule is a rule - so we paid the fine. The journey was nice - and can see the countryside is very different from Western Europe. More plain and undeveloped. Its a 596 ...