Hotel Three Storks
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... and just let the wall become a thing of legend.
From there came the trek up to Prague Castle. It really is like a city within a city. It sort of reminded me of the Forbidden City in Beijing with its pure size and the number of sights within. The highlight for me was the Basilica of St George and its incredible interior. Hopefully the pictures will do it some justice.
The second day in the city was a bit more subdued ...
... boiler generated steam in larger pressure chambers to decontaminate the Jews clothes as they arrived while they were hosed down under an overhead grid of showers - I suspect only cold water, as there were very few control valves evident. We were shown the isolation cell which housed the young chap who shot the Crown Prince of the Hapsburg Empire in Sarajevo, which started the First World War. He was convicted and imprisoned ...
... time. We didnt want to leave, but we became extremely hungry and pruny so it was time to go. We left just around sunset and headed over to Heroes square. At some pasta over by one of the castles and caught the metro back to our neck of the woods. On the metro we met a couple girls that were on the tour yesterday with us. They gave Courtney a tip on where to buy cheap boots in a place called the Octagon. So we turned around and headed back in the opposite direction. By the time ...
Greetings from prague! So far, we have arrived and marvelled at the city. It certainly feels like we have stepped back in time to a medieval city, with cobblestones, gothic structures and all the wurst and cheap beer one can consume. It certainly is a beautiful part of Europe. We have spent our time wandering around the old palace/ castle grounds, which command a ...
... came when we had to walk home ****** at night through the suburbs we were staying. We were stopped by a local near the park and he grunted to us in Czech. Lachie matched his grunts and scared him away but it was good to be home in bed. We also found out later that night that we were staying opposite to Club Alcatraz (google will tell you all about it!) which was interesting..... Our last full day was upon us. We had a lazy morning and went to breakfast late. By now we ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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