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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tchaikovsky Prague
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... bacon and mushrooms and came with an asparagus risotto. Finished with my favorite desert of Creme Brule and Brent had a Coconut Mango thing. This was the best meal we had in Prague and with wine and beer and tip was still less than 70cdn.
But our favorite dish of all was the street food called Halusky which is like a very small potato gnocci fried with ham or thick bacon and sauerkraut served with a beer of course. ...
... 30+ degrees out without a single cloud in the sky. Having already learnt from Maggie and Sue's Swiss mountain sun burns, we were well prepared with sunscreen this time. Still getting some sweet tans though, no longer glow white from the Canadian winter! Drained from the heat, we headed back to the hostel and made our final booking arrangements in Greece. We are officially done making reservations for things, hooray! We also took the opportunity to print out some upcoming train and ...
Che and Anya continue to plug away at school and sports. Their Spanish is improving, despite the fact that their friends speak English well, too well in our opinion. I say that selfishly, because obviously it’s wonderful for their friends that they speak English, but it gives Che and Anya an out if they need it rather than force the Spanish. However, I have heard each of them carry on conversations with their friends, and with ...
... this trip yesterday, 4 h before bus departure. Long story short: I didn’t want to stay in Czech for this weekend so I booked hotel for one night in Paris (€ 60) and return bus to Paris (€ 113). Now just the 14 h ride and then PARIS (BTW this is the first time I go there).
Some info about coach line, Student Agency bus. We’ll stop at Plzeň, one German, two French cities and finally Paris, price and length of trip is ...
... Old Town, arriving at a nice restaurant for a lunch of turkey breast stuffed with spinach. Prague is an exceptionally beautiful city, with amazing architecture ranging frommedieval gothic to art noveau and everything in between. Wandering through the narrow lanes, we discovered that all roads lead to Old Town Square. What a lively place-a fantastic clock tower with saints circling ...