Hotel Apartments Wenceslas Square
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Not all was perfect, but what a great location. we had a kitchen. awesome flatmates
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... of Use-It) to sample the local suds, usually washed down with (I know it should be the other way around but inevitably there was normally more beer than food!!) one of the tempting array of heavy bar snacks.
- Parlamentu (best night in Prague and delicious deep fried cheese not even on the menu but we were in the know! Plus garlic ...
The bridges crossing the river in the middle of the city! The gothic churches! The sunsets! The city lights! The eeriness of a fog in the city! Yup... gives me an excuse to hold my Giovi nice and tight and to hold her hand! (I'm the only man that gets to keep her safe!)
... Ferdinand I built Belvedere, summer palace for his wife Anne. Rudolph II used Prague Castle as his main residence. He founded the northern wing of the palace, with the Spanish Hall, where his precious artistic collections were exhibited. The Second Prague defenestration in 1618 began the Bohemian Revolt. During the subsequent wars the Castle was damaged and dilapidated. Many works from the collection of Rudolph II were looted by Swedes in 1648, in the Battle of Prague (1648) ...
... chicken schnitzel, fried cheese) and just had fun. Word to the wise, always check how much your drink is before you order it. Without looking at the menu I ordered a mojito, thinking the price would be reasonable, only to realize it was a $9 when I got my bill. First, it was not even good enough to be that much, but my mistake. It was only $1 cheaper than my food plate, so I learned another lesson that day: stick to $1.50 beer on tap. ;)
... giant outdoor market! They had food carts, jewelry, clothes, tourist wares, beer and more. Most of this area of town is not fully open to cars, I have found in past travels that most of Europe is like this. It is just so amazing to see so many people walking around a downtown! I could name off the many economic benefits, but I am not here to do that! There were some great buskers, including a didgeridoo player with ...