Hotel Three Storks
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... We explored the first church which was small but lovely and then went on to the Ossuary, this was a church entirely decorated with bones . There were Piles of bones and skulls everywhere, even a chandelier made from bones. Supposedly the relics from martyred monks but it was all a bit weird. We caught a bus into the town and had some lunch in the main square then went on to the most ...
Our time in Prague lasted two days but I combine them because they were both enjoyed by the new friends we made at the Emma Hostel, the lovely British gals Imogen and Jess. It has been 8 years since I've lived in England, so my accent has almost completely faded, or so I thought... As we spent the two days touring the city with them Brian started to notice my old accent come out and by the end of the final evening there I was feeling like a fully fledged Brit ...
... Castle, the Lesser Town, the Old Town and Petrin Hill.
I wandered across to Prague Castle, which is a huge complex of over 45 hectares. The first part of it was built in the 9th century and it is composed of three courtyards and numerous buildings built over the last 11 centuries from all architectural styles. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Castle is dominated by the Gothic St Vitus Cathedral and to me, a ...
Meat overload but the whole format was so clever.
I imagine there would be market for it in NZ.
We could use our re establishment insurance money to establish a Beef Heaven in NZ - not!
We got the tram back to the hotel and yeah we did not have to set the alarm.
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... cattle in time for changing of guards, showy ceremony with brass band. St Vitus Cathedral with tiny door in side for prison (?), Wenceslas’ vineyard, across bridge and past Josefov to town square in time for clock to strike on the hour. Lunch in student cafe, bye to Krystof, ticket for Prago Union. To Lucie’s work at kindergarten, 2 hours in Mammut climbing wall out of centre, leading up to 5+. Back to B’s to change, drop bags, in to ...