Hotel Praga 1
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... in the Jewish qtr!
when you at the video of the atomic clock, be sure to look at the windows at the top. On the hour they open up and the last supper goes around inside. More when I go on my architectural tour on ex.
Thank you all for checking in on me when you didn't hear from me.
XXOOXX I am missing people contact. . . even for me, it's difficult to stop a stranger in the street and ask for a hug!
It was overwhelming really, to be in a situation and in a room where you had no idea of the size or scope or your surroundings.
Our guide was a bit bossy and *****ed at our group a bit, but she guided us through the darkness asking us to figure out where things were and so on.
About 3/4 of the way through, I could not get over how very dark and disorienting it was and finally had to ask the guide how this was done.
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... with a great band, we stopped and listened for awhile. Then continued walking through the park and the neighbourhood that declined in economic prosperity as you went down the hill and the graffiti got worse as well. We then caught the tram back to Charles bridge and walked to cafe slaviia, to have a late afternoon tea of yummy pancakes! This gave us the fuel to hope back on the trams to take us to the other side to catch the funicular up to Petrin Hill. Again this is ...
... stumbled upon the Dancing House, an art museum that looks like Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers from the outside. Afterwards, I kept walking and came across a bunch of random cool things, such as a botanical garden, church, cool architecture, etc.
Finally, I realized I had almost walked all of the way to the Vyšehrad. This word in Czech translates to "upper castle". This is an historic ...
... or foundational remains) after building after building. The camp was massive. This camp is on top of a small mountain, with some rather large cliffs off to one side of the grounds. There is a staircase that goes up the side of the mountain that workers use to have to carry boulders up to build up the camp. They were known as the stairs of death, due to the steepness and number of them, that plus starvation and hard labour. If you fell over on the stairs with ...