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- Continental Breakfast
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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... got our first glimpse of the Prague Castle perched up on top of the hill across the river overlooking Old Town and the city centre. We walked around and got a quick look at a few of the older buildings on the outer areas of the city before deciding to retreat back to our place to relax and have a relatively early night. On the way back we decided it was beer and cider oclock and pulled up into a small bar/restaurant on the main busy strip ...
... to see. We decided to have a look inside the church (as I love looking around churches, bit of a nerd but oh well), and it was stunning!!! So beautiful, covered in paintings and the most intricate sculptures made from gold, it was beautiful! We spent around half an hour in the church, though I feel Emma was pretty bored by the time I had finished looking around at everything!
We wondered down all the side streets seeing what there was to see, ...
... liked to gamble and I think he needed to cut far too many heads to cover his debts. One day I turned up at George's to find he had sold up and moved on, so familiar was the place that I just took a seat and said hello to Leigh the new owner, Leigh was a guy and about 30 then, and is now 40 I enjoy my chats with Leigh just as much as I did with George, perhaps that is because George taught Leigh as an apprentice. What has this to do with Prague, I can hear your mind....yes. ...
... chips, and Jeanne had a BLT with Irish Bacon. It was really good.
Since Kerri and I had been to the shops in Old Town already we were able to steer Jeanne towards the better stores. I have to say, at one point the area was so full of Asian tourists it felt like we were Tienanmen Square, not Prague. It was PACKED. As we moved off the plaza the crowds lightened and we were able to continue strolling along. We finally got to the place I wanted to go -the Absintherie. ...
... 1800's. It was part of the European reform movement, with exqyusite Moorish architecture and a magnificent organ. It is very much like the old Temple Emanuel, but much more ornate. It is not a working synagogue, but a museum that houses a collection of silver religious objects. These were collected during the Nazi occupation to be put into a museum after all the Jews were killed. Another small synagogue served as a memorial ...