Hotel U Divadla
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... taverns closing early. But still we wondered around, seeing all of the small cities beauty lit up at night in the peace and quiet. The next morning we found a local man who ran a small walking tour of the town up to the Castle (affectionately known as the Wedding Cake). We learned of the Eggenbergs, the bears that still guard the castle and of the many movies that had been shot in the castle grounds (e.g. The Illusionist). Once again it was a big area and untouched by ...
... we dropped our souvenirs off at the hotel & walked to our meeting point in Wenceslaus Square. We shared the trip with a handful of Americans & a few Italians-just the right number. It took about 1 1/2 hour to get to the ossuary. It is world famous for the 40,000 bones stacked in pyramids which had been dug up to make room for the deaths due to the Black Plague. More graves were dug over the centuries whose bones a monk used in the 1800's to decorate ...
... to our taste, being a bit garish and simple. There were also lots of buskers around the city, a few beggars, but no more than Toronto, perhaps less. The standard method to beg seemed to be to get on your knees and elbows with your head in your hands. You felt they were earning a few coins just by holding that position so long. By this time it was time to return to the hotel and our 12:30 departure, which turned out to be closer to 1:30. We had a ...
... it became to difficult. Eventually, as an insult to the church, the government started using the beautiful old churches as barns for livestock. They have been restored now but the congregations are so small the church cannot afford their upkeep. They maintain the churches with help from UNESCO and by charging entrance fees to tourists. Of 10million Czechs, only 20% identify themselves as belonging to a particular faith. Ina proudly claimed to be a part of one of ...
... through and found a wine and cheese festival. Back to hotel since room was not ready before. Very nice room on 4th floor
Back to town later to Hemingway Bar which was gourmet mixology and intimate setting. Tried Absinthe (horrible). Ate at School. Strawberry soup for appetizer. Back to Hemingway bar for another drink. Then retire back to room. First time riding a tram in Europe (on rail line but using powerlines - like a ...