Hotel U Krale Karla (King Charles)
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... the like in this town. It is very culturally minded and everywhere were various musical performances in the evening. Most were of classical music. There is a lot of Jazz, Blues and Rock and Roll also.
After the tour Kathy and I struck out for the Charles Bridge. It is a beautiful bridge that the King’s coronation route took up the hill to the Castle and main Cathedral. There is no vehicular traffic on the bridge, just people walking, and it has ...
... Two: We started off by visiting the castle area, which had the palace and cathedrals. It was quite an extensive set up, but we got to see a lot of it. After taking Euro History, it was fun to see where the famed Defenestration of Prague occurred in the palace (throwing Catholics out the window and starting the Thirty Years War). We then looked at an art collection, the senate house, St. Nicholas Church, the Lennon Wall (I added my own cliched mark), the ...
... was into dancing, but not alone, so we quickly went back up and I happily picked up my pocket knife under a grim look from the security guys (all the trouble keeping it away for only two minutes).
We ended up in another basement, this time in a place called “James Dean”, which looked very quiet on the ground floor but was actually good fun downstairs. For some reason I kept saying “this place is dead” because of its name. Idiotic, as ...
... like 40 other girls who were doing the same. We made it to the floor in time for the start and then it was 8 hours of straight techno and house from then on. There were four huge faces that moved around the arena and one huge globe in the middle. People on the floor were allowed to dance on the stage under the DJ booth so Dani and I spent most if our time there. It was awesome. We had like ten vodka red bulls to stay awake and man did our stomachs hate us the next day. ...
... like I meant to order it. (yes now I don't just feel like an idiot, I am an idiot!) Anyway my dinner was nice and although quite expensive, I was a bit tipsy to care. Sunday morning I walked around to find the shopping mall so I could buy some new headphones. I walked for about 3 hours and finally found it. (back near where I had passed 2 hours earlier!) To my disappointment, there was only one store out of over 200 that sold headphones. And it was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed