Hotel Three Storks
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... it. When we were there, there were several protests on the wall written by students about the censorship in China. I added my name to the wall (naturally), but I’m sure it’ll be covered up with something else in a week or two!
I tried goulash soup in a “typical Czech restaurant” (we saw those quite a bit) and hot wine one night, which is much better with some fruit and a little sugar (tastes a bit like sangria!). It was pretty cold in the evenings so I ...
What a great start to the day! Yesterday sent towels and sheets 'out' to be washed. Back this morning washed and dried - luxury! Set off for the city. Started with Wenceslas Square, site of so much history over years. Actually a very long rectangle. Sat over coffee and watched folk go by. (It is Prague's equivalent to Times Square or Leicester Square.) Then walked up to the giant statue of Wenceslas on a horse, flanked by the other patron saints of Bohemia, and admired ...
... turned library, where Mozart once played the organ; others enjoyed the sunshine while strolling the city, and even took the funicular up the Petrin Hill (they report that the funicular is as fun to ride as it is to say). A couple even found the sauna in the hotel ! I A relaxing and rejuvenating day for all.
We met up again later in the afternoon for a dinner cruise on the ...
... br> How we spent our days
Aside from walking along Prague's main pedestrian (car free, or almost free) streets we joined some of the rest of the family on a boat cruise of the Vltava River and for a delicious Czech lunch. We also made several delightful walks through the small village and narrow roads as we walked from the pension to the Metro station. It was a short, yet delightful introduction Prague and the Czech Republic.
... The tram didn’t stop where we thought it would, so we ended up running a long way to get there in time.
We met our tour guide Jana and group at the astronomical clock. She had the funniest accent ever, which made it quite hard to understand at the start. She loved to extenuate random words, as if to be comical, for example, 'Ere you can ziiiiiii the church of saint jaaaaaamessss.’ She was a fantastic guide though, and a lovely lady.
She taught ...