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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Once we got in to Prague, we checked in at the hotel. Our tour leader warned us that it was 7 stories high and because of it's age and also because it was an old communist housing building, there is only one lift and it's slow and really tiny! And we are nearly 50 people checking in all at once... So we took the stairs, but put our suitcases in the lift. It worked out alright. Having said that, not every hotel has had lifts, or we just haven't used them, so I ...
... if this is a weekly event. You catch your fish, they kill it and chop it up for you and then you take it home. These fish were big - enough to feed a whole family for sure. I'm glad we set out to the dancing building. It was easy to find and made for some last minute photo ops across the bridge also. There was much controversy around this building and you can see why as it clashes dramatically with everything thing else around it. But maybe that's the ...
... while those going to New York's JFK had a vending machine. Small details, but hopefully helpful for the next traveler. No big lead into a finish for the final summary entry, but this was our experience in Prague. The trip was everything and more than we could have imagined. From hour one to day six, everyone was incredibly helpful and friendly. In the coming week as photos are sorted and we retrieve our computer, I'll write up a more thorough trip report. The ...
... 8220;Golden City” or “Mother of Cities” and after only three day visiting I can easily see why. I found everything in Prague to be quite grand and not just because there is a totally jaw dropping Royal Palace but the city is also filled with beautifully preserved historical monuments dating practically every period in history. Add in the atmospheric alleyways and cobbled streets, lush gardens, ...
... to see, and it was very impressive.
I went to the Cathedral of the Assumption only because it is the oldest cathedral in middle Europe (founded in 1142), but it wasn’t very impressive to see. I spent a little bit of time there and then went into the old town. I walked around the city for a bit and checked out the Cathedral of St. Barbara, but again, it wasn’t that impressive. The outside of the building was pretty nice looking, ...