Hotel U Krale Karla (King Charles)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Jonah's Memorable Moment - Enjoying daily delicious cappuccino and pastry at the Bake shop in Praha 1.
Kristen's Memorable Moment - Discovering my Czech pronunciation was good enough to fool the locals... When I said dobry den (good day) to the security officer at the Prague airport she replied with a series of questions in Czech. I played along with a few head nods until after a min or so the conversation ended with my blank stare and a sheepish "in English ...
... completely still since it was such a hot, windless day. I could have sat there for hours just looking at the view. There were loads of stalls all the way across the bridge, with people selling hand-made jewellery, pictures, Prague novelties and cartoonists doing portraits for people. It was pretty awesome! If it hadn’t been so hot, I would have stocked up on earrings, but the sun seriously had it in for me. Getting up to the Castle was fun….lol. The combination of ...
... Library. It has an amazingly ornate and beautiful chapel, and even more amazingly ornate and beautiful library, and a REALLY REALLY TALL and REALLY REALLY scary astronomical tower from whence all kinds of smart and brave people used to chart the stars and the weather. We all made it up to the top of the tower (just barely), and some of the bravest actually made it outside for the spectacular view. Thank goodness Charles and Victoria were happy to huddle ...
... Tour even though she was just so charming was a bit disappointing, but still gave us an idea of what it was like from the 10th Century onward. From here we looked around a but more, got a bit lost with the maze of streets, with no real idea where the hec they should go. Still managed to find our way out & head to a park for a breather, then over the Charles bridge again to find a quaint little Restaurant we found yesterday for lunch. To be honest I ...
... was a grade III concentration camp which back then was the harshest and toughest camp. The men, women and even children got sent there was the ones that wasn't what Hitler's ideal of a person- Jews, homosexuals, etc.. In a short but very informative introduction we got told that the prisoners were starved, beaten and shot. They were forced to climb cliffs and were given a choice to either get shot or push the person behind them off the cliff. Then there ...