Hotel Kings Court
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wonderful comfort & service here...plus great location to explore the old city
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... saw another movie (yep we were making the most of it!!) before walking back to our neighbourhood to have dinner again at Lavicka and catching a late taxi to the train station to catch our overnight train. Looking back Prague had some beautiful scenery to see and great food and beer to taste. It was definitely let down in our experience by the location we were staying in but the prices were cheap of most things and overall it was definitely worth the visit and we enjoyed our ...
... finish the tour. It seemed to start raining each time we went from building to building learning about Czech history on the hoof. We finished the day with a very brief tour of the Jewish Quarter including the Pinkas synagogue containing multiple walls with of of the names of 77,000 Jews who were sent to the gas chambers. Very impactful, as was the walk through the adjoining very small Jewish cemetery containing an estimated 100,000 bodies in 7 or 8 ...
... chili powder, and tzakizi (a mayo, yogurt, and dill sauce), was made before us, and was very delicious (as seen in the photos). We headed towards the main train station to catch our train to Vienna in the afternoon, and had a beautiful ride out of the city. We will miss this city for all its unique gothic statues, buildings, castles, and churches.
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I decided to sleep in this morning, while heather went on a guided tour of the city. If you're looking for a good tour but for free check out the New Europe tours that meet in a general location in a country. I figured that I would absorb or take the tour later in the week or my stay here.
I got up, ate, showered and headed out to wonder around the winding streets some more. The streets have lots of small causeways and throwaways that connect ...
... his sign. Underneath the statue is a bronze plaque. Apparently rubbing that gives good fortune, so we all rubbed that to add to the good luck we've gotten from every other city.
After the bridge we headed to the main town square where we saw the famous clock in Prague. The man who designed the clock allegedly had his eyes pulled out after wards so it could never be replicated. Once we got there we waited for about 5 minutes, then when the hour changed carvings of ...