How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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(Incredibly frustrating! I stayed awake last night Monday til after midnight to finish writing about Sunday, then had to download pictures one at a time due to the speed of the Internet at this spot. Then I woke up this morning to only find pictures - no words. I had saved a bit in Evernote while typing offline. I will try to remember it all again. Sorry!) Didn't sleep well last night. Heard the pub crawl go through around midnight. I woke Bob up and said "I think there is a ...
Weather overcast and cooler. Sunny breaks in the afternoon. Tour to Prague's Jewish Quarter. Very interesting with an excellent guide (small group of eight people). Visited three synagogue's, the first one being one of the oldest one in Europe. The historical background of the Jewish population of Prague is amazing and dates back to the 11th century. Afterwards we went for a drink, walked through the old town, enjoyed another drink there and back to the ...
... centre. We had dinner at the hostel before heading out to see what the Prague nightlife is like. We went to 3 bars before going to a 5 story nightclub, every floor has a different theme and different music. None of the places we went were really my thing, too noisy and smoking inside is allowed here which didn't help my cough. We stayed for a bit and were home in bed by ...
Decisions, decisions. My travel plans originally had me going to Prague following MOTL, then to Amsterdam to visit the Heineken Factory (to meet the Heineken man) and perhaps visit a coffee shop, for research purposes only of course. Maybe see some tulips, and of course, visit the Anne Frank house.
But what about the rest of the MOTL? Maybe regrouping in Jerusalem for Israel Independence day was the route to go. Or what about visiting ...
Had breakfast downstairs at the hostel. Then went on the walking tour around old town. We learnt about the murchents that Prague was known and established for. We went inside a church where there is a mummified hand hanging from the ceiling, went to the Jew synegog section where they bury thee dead on top of each other as they have no room, walked around old town square, walked under the powder gates and ...