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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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After leaving Dresden we headed to Prague. Once again Ruth and I missed a photo opportunity crossing the Czech border. We arrived in Prague mid afternoon. Quite a busy town. We were staying close to the old city and could walk down town. A very impressive, lovely old city with beautiful buildings. Gary and I booked a guided tour for the second day. We were picked up from our hotel and driven up to the castle. Walked around the castle for ...
... cemetery with a vaulted upper level and a lower chapel to be used as anossuary for the mass graves unearthed during construction, or simply slated for demolition to make room for new burials.
After 1511, the task of exhuming skeletons and stacking their bones in the chapel was given to a half-blind ...
... to legend a handful of dirt from Jerusalem was bought and scattered over the Sedlec cemetery in 1278. Thus it became part of the Holy Land and a sought-after burial place. Thousands of people were buried here at the time of Plague epidemics and religious Hussite wars in the Middle Ages. In the 15th century the major part of ...
... br> Since we had been prepared for the rather morbid decor, the actual site was not as creepy as one might have expected. This was also probably because it was filled with tourists taking pictures. Believe me, if you had been strolling down the small lane and wandered in unknowingly to this church when empty, you would immediately remember "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and run out screaming. The church is ...
... and had to walk up a very high hill and and through the town to reach our hostel. As we got our first glimpse of the town, we saw what our tour guide at the brewery had said about the town. I quote, "Aah, Český Krumlov, it's not a town, it's a fairy tale" After our two days there we were all in agreement. The city is quite simply, breathtaking. The castle sits high on a hill overlooking the town below, with a river ...