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... Luckily it looked just like the front. We finished our walk around the building and decided to head up to the building on the hill.
We took the outermost route to get to the hill. There were so many tour groups occupying the main trails and we wanted to get away from that. On the way up and squirrel wanted to make friends with John by leaping at his leg. I think the squirrels get really used to being fed by the tourists. Kind of sad.
... Republic in 2006.
After being dropped off in Zug I was treated to a lovely traditional Swiss meal by Hans and Dagmar. We had meat fondue, where you cook your pieces of beef or lamb in boiling hot oil on the end of a skewer and you eat it with all kinds of amazing dipping sauces and salads. It was super-yummy, and we sat outside on their balcony overlooking the mountains (which we couldn’t see the tops of due to continuously cloudy weather) ...
... it all from influential people from Prague's history. I was thinking if I brought this back to Jacksonville I might get a spot on the bridge! Maybe not but one day, one day. Steve and I head back to the house and cook some stir fry with noodles and have a couple adult beverages. We end up meeting some people from our hostel and just pretty much hangout with them for the rest of the night. Pretty uneventful night to be ...
Off to see the castle. Prague Castle is a rambling cluster of building across from the old town. Took the tram across town and up the hill. Entry is via a main gate that has hourly changing of the guard and with music at noon. Areas visited include the church which grew by sections over the centuries ranging from renaissance to baroque to 19 and 20 centuries. Quite a Mix. The connected castle has a reception room in which jousts ...
... my notebook it was just too cold to be able to write anything down so I’m skipping a lot of stuff just know the castle was huge and old. We visited the cathedral within the castle and it was beautiful and warm. Not breathtaking beautiful but good enough especially since it met we were indoors. The rest of the castle is either closed to tours are require an additional admittance fee so we basically walked around ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed