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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... by a Czech architect. The windows on each floor did not line up. It had more straight lines and looked less organic than Gaudi’s work. The cruise was a pleasant way to see the city and gave us a rest for a couple of hours. We reflected on the number of times we had been on boats during the holiday and what a relaxing way they were to tour.
Following the cruise we walked to the Old Town Square and had a look in the Church of Our Lady of Tyn. The twin spires of this ...
... which we did yesterday but the things she told us about the buildings and the meanings of the various symbols around the place was so interesting and made us see the square in a whole new light. For example, at 1 point we were standing on 14 crosses that had been put in the ground in stone which was the very spot where 14 Protestants were beheaded at the end of a religious war in the 1400s! We then went to a Protestant church that had been closed down and used for ...
... this, found the KGB museum, but the ticket was for guided tours and i was not interested in that. After exploring this side of the city i walked to the metro station, caught it back to the hotel, then downloaded and sorted pictures, uploaded pictures to facebook, did some sink laundry, repacked my bag and used the internet. After getting ready for the next day, i walked back over to the metro station, picked up a ticket and went back into the city. I walked back to ...
... apparently the most photographed people in Eastern Europe. After this tour we were taken back into the old town where significant buildings were pointed out. We finished at the astronomical clock which looks impressive and it still works. Then into the crystal factory. The worlds crystal comes from either Czech or Slovakia including Waterford in Ireland. These days, Waterford is only open for demonstration purposes. Watched someone make an elephant and a bird from a blob of ...
... and the history of the country together. Artistically, some are similar to the work of Tiffany while others have a more modern feel. Two impressive areas were the Baroque reliquary of Saint John Nepomuk which fills the one whole area of the apse with its life size flying angels and massive central reliquary all covered in silver. The second impressive site was the Chapel of Saint Wenceslas with its original High Gothic mosaics. This ...