Hotel Three Storks
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... they play a different genre of music on each floor; it was pretty cool and a lot of fun to hop from the hits of today to the oldies floor.
The next day we saw the Dancing House, it's static and dynamic parts are meant to represent the change from a communist regime to a parliamentary democracy. We saw Giant Baby statues, I really don't think there's any significance...That night we went to a chain restaurant called The Pub where you pour your own beer ...
... to go off on our own, as the guide was going over mostly the same things we had either discovered on our own last night, or already had seen this morning with our group tour. We went to check out a local market and a few other gift shops. One of them sold hand painted Easter eggs (similar to Ukrainian Easter eggs) where we bought one our Christmas tree to use as an ornament. Then it was time to make our way back to the hotel via metro subway, ...
... if it's not the engine which they changed 3 times, there was works being carried off and only one train could go along the tracks so you had to wait for train to pass - my stress level was growing. And then a regional train was cancelled and all of a sudden every stop there were hundreds of people boarding our train, went longer had the carriage to ourselves, it was made up of locals travelling, till the had no choice and had to attach 2 ...
... can't smoke but it sits beside the door less smoking area.
Today we have the morning to ourselves before we unite on a lunch cruise on the Vilava River, and take a tour of the WWII bunkers in the afternoon.
I settle in for a morning of the Australian Open, before heading out to explore the UNESCO World Heritage town myself. Wandering along the jumble of laneways, alleys and courtyards, and past the ...
... chapel's chandelier.
Prague was a fun city to visit, not to mention one of the most beautiful we have seen. The city vibe is welcoming and friendly. Here we made two close friends and really enjoyed ourselves. We cannot pin point our favourite attraction as the city itself is just too pretty, we do recommend the castle by night though. The Czech delicious and super cheap beer is something we would take back as well as their amazing pork ...