Hotel Kings Court
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kings Court Prague
wonderful comfort & service here...plus great location to explore the old city
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... Nazi occupation. Today Czechs were celebrating the anniversary of an audacious plot to kill Heydrich, a plot that, as our guide put it, "was successful". So we got to see WW2-era cars and costumes from our bus.
When we arrived at Terezin, it became clear why Czechs would want to celebrate the demise of a man like Heydrich. While Terezin was important throughout Czech history--when Bohemia was ...
... the hoards of tourists that were filling the streets. I did get accustomed to it quite quickly, but I felt like the tainted the cities splendour. Even though Prague is an amazing city, full of life and endless things to do, it's not why I stayed so long. My hostel was the reason for my almost endless extension. I now consider the staff at Hostel One Home my new family. The hostel gives a free dinner every night, and because it is only a small ...
... across Charles Bridge, which is 600 years old and has statues all along the sides, very nice. We also took in the old town square, which is quaint, although full of tourist restaurants.
We then went to the Jewish quarter and saw the various memorials to the people killed during the Nazi occupation, the names of the 80,000 people killed are inscribed on a series of walls, which is very hard to take in. There is also a Jewish cemetery, where the gravestones ...
... city within about 15 minutes, and the race was on. We seriously tried to race across town and up a 1000 ft hill in 15 minutes. The tower we were trying to get to at the top of the hill was closing, what choice did we have? Long story short, we were late by 3 minutes, ended up seeing a great view of the city at night, and found out that Czech restaurants also close around the same time. So sweaty, and no food. Ugh. We then searched in vain for a restaurant. we couldnt ...
... started talking about being refused spirits over 20%. We thought at first they were screwing with us, or they didn't want a repeat of vomit douche-bag. But sure enough, the previous week 25 people died from methanol poisoning as a result of bootleg spirits being distributed. Coincidently, the Czech Government brought in a regulation that forbids bars and shops to sell any alcohol over 20%. Looks like it’s beer and wine for the rest of the night, and there goes the profit ...