Hotel U Krale Karla (King Charles)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... on through what felt like an enchanted forest. It covers a hill called Petrin which featured prominently in Franz Kafka's early short story "Description if a Struggle". The best part was that our walk was mostly downhill. We rejoined the city near the Most Legii bridge. We continued further south and crossed the river back to our side along the Jiraskuv Most bridge. This brought us further south than we have been before, and we found an area that was filled ...
... for her at the tram stop and another 2 hours before at the small church near the entrance of Charles bridge. She didn't want to probe further because all that matters is that he is safe and sound. Happy ending. It's good to know. We went back to the house and Matyas was back. He cooked some pasta for us and we had some beers with the housemates. They were really nice people and we share some nice Czech music and good stories thru the night. Great ...
... we managed to get to the Charles bridge cross the Vlavta River into the New Town area. Mostly we wandered about looking at the ornate facades on the buildings. A funicular took us to the top of Petrin hill where there is huge park. In the park is a replica of the Eiffel Tower , much smaller of course, but with the boost of the hill, the top of this tower is the same ...
... laid out from over 1000 years ago, winding cobblestone streets, Fairytale ...
... that take over are Germans, Australians and Italians. So there were always drunk Australians and loud singing Italians. In all Oktoberfest is an experience to say the least. Extremely crowded, loud drunk people smashing steins, many pretzels and pork knuckles (yum). It was fun! We also visited the Dachau concentration camp. Which after Oktoberfest is a somber event. They still had the bunks in place and the gas chambers, in Dachau they actually never used them. ...