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- Continental Breakfast
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
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... emperor. In February 1948 Klement Gottwald, the communist leader, held a speech from the balcony of this palace which would eventually lead to the proclamation of a communist state.
South Side of Old Town Square
The south side of the square is composed of a series of beautiful buildings with colorful Renaissance and Baroque facades. Some of the most notable buildings include the Štorch House, a Renaissance building with a painting of St. Wenceslas and 'At ...
... is sheer size and beauty, took a few pictures and then headed out. I had seen earlier, people at the height of one of the points of the castle. So we went around and found the spot, having skipped everything so far we decided to pay the approximately 6 euros of 150 Koruna (Czech currency). The 258 stairs in a rounded staircase went quickly as I was itching to get to the top. At the top we grabbed a bunch of pictures of the incredible views. We could ...
... More to follow. The bikes were stored in the Kola - not a cooler, but a shed. Very secure and dry - remember the thunderstorm from yesterday? Collected the bikes, did a quick check of all. Annette lost a nut from the cage on her pedals yesterday, tis holding by one bolt/nut until I can locate a nut or replace with the slightly bigger bolt/nut that I have as a spare. Given that we haven't enjoyed the Czech Republic and that ...
... the old city and via the supermarket on the way back for ham and salad with cheese, olives and salami with pre dinner drinks.
Saturday morning we headed for the Jewish Quarter what a blue, it was the Sabbath everything was closed a day of rest for the "four by twos". We still had a good look around and then more of the old and new city, then back via the supermarket, the menu for dinner was similar to the previous night with the addition of ...
... month, year, moon phase and astronomical sign. Was a pretty impressive looking clock. It is said that the artist had his eyes gouged out after completing this clock because he could not make anything more beautiful again. Creepy………
We walked towards a little market area where we decided to grab some delicious looking array of berries and sat down at a café for iced coffees. Was really nice to catch up with these guys and share our travel ...