Olympik Hotel Prague
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... the hotel about 8am and wandered over the Charles Bridge, watching the buskers and street salespeople get ready for their day. The river is flat and sparkling, there is no pollution (either in the sky, or from people being loud). It is simply a lovely start to the day in this beautiful city. This morning was for shopping and browsing and just being. Prague is famous for a few things; garnet, silver and crystals. We were enticed into a jewellery shop ...
... from above. From there we worked our way through the narrow twisting streets by bus and the by foot through the crowds.
We took a ton of photos, which was really tough with all the people.
We did see some creepy sculptures of giant babies by David Cerny as well as a number of buildings.
After the walking tour we stopped at a brewery for a beer before concluding more sights by bus and then returning to the hotel for about 11:00 PM.
A long day.
... s refusal to shut back down until around 5! Geoff had no sooner left the room while I continued my snooze than there was a knock on the door. The hotel Conceirge, Martin, had arrived with a bottle of Champagne. Compliments of the hotel. He said he noticed Geoff was out, so brought it up so I could surprise him. Dude. Hotel concierge points off the chart! Cheers! There is talk of another visit up to Prague Castle tonight to see the city in lights. If we do, I'm ...
... walk around the Old Town Square surrounded by beautiful gothic and baroque style buildings, finishing with dinner in front of the Astronomical Clock.
The following morning we were taken by our lovely guide Simona on a half day tour to Prague Castle and a walk through the stre. Here we visited St Vitus Cathedral with St Wenceslaus Chapel and many beautiful stain glass windows, watched the changing of the guard, the Schwarzenberg palace, Leopold's fountain in ...
... bubbles about the size of small grapes so as you drink through a straw you have the flavor of the drink plus the little bubbles of flavor bursting as you bite them, quite a hit.
We did check out the Old town square, magnificent, watched Czech buskers, (there is local style of bagpipes which create a very unique sound, often played with strong drum accompaniment )
We watched ...