Hotel Praga 1885
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... first settled in the 10th century. The views down into the busy parts of Prague are stunning and the area is like an oasis with beautiful gardens, shade, sculpture and the neo gothic church of SS Peter and Paul. The church has a lovely graveyard filled with many famous Czechs. The artistic sculpture in the graveyard is wonderful to see. We then caught the train to the Prague castle area. We passed through the beautiful gardens of Wallenstein and the palace ...
... gives the visitor a feeling of what the entire church looked like when all of the wall surface was covered with mosaics and the columns and ceiling was painted. Seeing bare walls and exposed stones is not what the original builders intended!
We next visited the royal palace. Since the building is composed of over 20 separate structures, we hit the highlights. (There were times when we felt like we were "speed touring"; and, our ...
... the hotel. They had pancakes but they weren't really pancakes. To call it a pancake it has to be thicker than a tortilla. No, this was a crepe. I was disappointed. I finally got my hands on some pancake mix in Florence though. I literally only know 1 place that sells it. I buy a box of it a week. I've been deprived for too long.
After breakfast we left on a walking tour of Prague. They brought us to the castle district where Prague has the largest castle complex in ...
... eat and arrived at the Obecni Dum (municipal hall) one of the most incredible Art Nouveau buildings we have ever seen. This symphony hall has two restaurants one a bit more casual than the other (our choice) but still decorated to the nines. After our tasty and quite inexpensive meal we set of to wander more of the old town before walking the 20 or so minutes back to our hotel. A very full day and as we were getting up early the next morning we called it a night. ...
... have a staring problem. But Reka said that that's the culture here, that people stare a lot. I thought it was weird but after a few hours it didn't really phase me too much. Nobody bothered me. After we got to Prague from a 5 hour train ride we had the afternoon to do what we wanted so we went into the Old Town and explored. And I found that Prague is just absolutely beautiful. There is so much architecture that you could stare at ...