Hotel Three Storks
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Thu Jun 11
-got going at last n was pretty clear that we were going to miss our connection in heathrow. Happily the competent agent at sfo had reserved seats on the next flight to Prague. So when we arrived heathrow we quickly got new tickets n notified our shuttle company of our delay.
Then off to the lounge to kill 3 hrs which was a …
... especially for political rallies. Huge and impressive. Then we followed the crowd and went to look for somewhere to eat. We had a nice meal of goulash and bread dumpling and our first Czech beer. This was followed by lots of walking- all the way to the square with a famous statue of Jan Hus, a plethora of churches, including the one that put on a wonderful show when it struck the hour ( moving figures and music), down to the Danube and a breath-taking tour of the ...
... cold of winter would give us a chance to see one of the most architecturally beautiful cities in the world without contending with the hoards of tourists and party animals that invade this former Eastern Bloc capital in the warmer months (and since Prague is consistently ranked at the top of the list for pickpockets we thought sub zero temperatures might hinder their dexterity?). We traded in our safari gear for hats, gloves, boots, and coats (after 3 years of travel ...
... Around 8 we walked down the street to the Imperial Hotel to have dinner. The restaurant has a magnificent Art Deco ceramic interior. Arlene had a cocktail with a Czech liquor called Berechovka and for her meal she had duck confit with red cabbage. Alan had a caprainha cocktail and a meal of rabbit with spinach ravioli. It was all very elegant and very good. On the walk back to hotel we passed a liquor store and bought some ...
... Cara and Indian for dessert, a cappuccino and absorb the beauty of this cafe. You won't find this immediately off the tourist routes, but if you make the trip you will not regret this stop. 7. The best kept secret in Prague, the National Monument at Vitkov Hill. Home to the Czech Tomb of the Unknown Solider and Ceremonial Hall, the history and city views from here are amongst the best of Prague. Crowds are nonexistent. 6. If you want an authentic piece of ...