Hotel Praga 1
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... this life and praying to God every day to save you, and nothing changed, would you still be religious? It is an interesting question, but the majority of the Czechs gave up their faith during this time and it has continued to this day. There is still around 10% of the Czech people who are Catholic, and around 8% who are Protestant. But, this numbers are still shockingly low. 3. <b>Czech people are very considerate of the ...
... spot to view the clock. Woohoo a clock. I ate my words! Five minutes later the clock struck four, the mouse ran down and fed on all the people that were killed by the plague. I couldn't help but stray from the subject on that one. Let me try again. Five minutes later the clock struck four and the clock came alive with twists and turns. Doors opened all over and little coocoo like people started coming to life telling a story as they turned. The grim reaper ...
We were up early for our walking tour around Prague with Petr our guide.Such a beautiful City such beautiful old buildings so much to see .We walked around 4hours looking at the Prague palace,Charles bridge in the Little Quarter.Then we finished up in the square near the Marriott Hotel where we exchanged euros for crowns to buy some lunch in the shopping centre. After lunch petr took us on a pub crawl to try the local beer,sausage and ...
... to watch the Astronomical Clock, which was built in 1410, strike the hour. The figure of Death, a skeleton, rings a bell, and there is a parade of the Apostles, then a rooster crows. It is fantastic, and a big crowd gathers each hour to watch it.
We walked across Charles Bridge, which was built in 1357. It is lined with statues, and religious symbols at which many people stopped to pray. Or take a ...
... views of the castle in the dusk.
For our final full day we opted to take a day trip out to Kutna Hora, which is an ancient town about an hour's train away. It's mostly famous for its skull church that is completely decorated in human bones... something a little different so thought we would go and check it out. Prague is great but you don't really need five days there. I wish we knew this beforehand but anyway... the local train across country wasn't too exciting but ...