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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... to our apartment around 6 pm via the supermarket to stock up for dinner. "Munji" and salad was the choice. Another great night.
On Friday morning we set off to find the Charles Bridge a famous historic bridge that crosses the Vltava River and in more recent times featured in the Tom Cruise film Mission Impossible. It was a very colourful site hundreds of tourists, many buskers, beggars and stalls. Yes, Bev did buy something. We them ...
... gold leaf, plush blue upholstery. We were quite the royalty.
The concert was fun, several arias by Mozart including the Magic Flutie. This time accompanied by wind instruments. A nice comparison to the string instruments at the Mozart Dinner/Concert in Salzburg.
For our last night in Prague we went out to the Charles Bridge, as we did 3 years ago, drank champagne and ate chocolates. There were lots more people this time, but it was still ...
... of mixed archietecture reflecting the results of wars and battles and the resulting damage. Many facades saved or restored to their original style with plain sides. The castle and St.Peters cathedral overlook the city and all entrances covered by two immobile military men in their sentry boxes.Yesterday's weather would have been pleasant for them but the yearly range covers minus 25 degrees C to plus 42. In the pm went for walk and talk on ...
... add to this; it's late and I'm ready for bed!)
Prague’s Old Town is the oldest part of a very old city with its medieval buildings and churches.
The Town Square has served as Prague’s main marketplace for over 1000 years.
Charles Bridge with musicians, artists, white swans floating below.
Charles Bridge: 1-3-5-7-9 then backwards 9-7-5-3-1. So the bridge was opened in 1357 ...
... came across in the smaller parks or next to the river were pretty unusual. There is a young restless vibe to the city which we fully realized that night when we went to the light show. We didn't realize the show was set in different locations in the city thinking the main square was the place to be. We found out later that there was a spectacular show off the Charles Bridge. The show we saw consisted of entering a square tent (with a hundred other ...