Jurys Inn Prague
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJurys Inn Prague
An awesome hotel, near the center and so modern! The food was excelent and the recepcionist were great.
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... lesson on the way about Czech Republic, it's time with the communists through to the split with Slovenia. Also learned about Česky Krumlov and its four ruling families from 1242 when the Rosenburgs, the Lord of Krumlov built the first castle, followed by the Habsburgs, Ebenbergs to finally the Schwazenbergs who owned it till 1948. It is now a WH site and just amazing. Set on a tight bend in the same river Vltava Prague is on and dominated by the ...
... cut down to a lowly 1500. We walked through a synagogue which had the names, ages, and their last days known before their demise, written on the walls. The walls are totally covered; it brought tears to Sherree's eyes thinking of all the lost souls especially the children. Then to make matters more heart rending there was an exhibit of the kids' art whilst they were imprisoned in the Ghetto. A lady who taught the kids art also met the same fate but she had managed to keep 2 ...
... what to do. He was walking around assisting but he didn't speak any English so it was just pointing and grunting! Some of the guys were scared because they hadn't shot any kind of weapon before (pfft, country kids!) I did good in that station but then we moved further back and it was big gun time! Again, he qclky showed us how to load and unload and left us to it! We all sucked at this station though. Then we did shot guns which I was the best at. We were aiming ...
... attracted a HUGE crowd every hour. It was a little over rated for me. The buskers in the square were good, mostly musicians. Then it was off to long Wenceslas Square with the equestrian statue of King Wenceslas and the National museum behind. One thing we have noted with Czech Republic and Europe in general is how dog friendly it is, you can travel on all forms public transport with your canine friend and even go to the pub with them. ...
... from California took our picture for us. It was a couple and their son who was with the CIE program studying here since January. He was really nice and told us a bunch of things that we absolutely HAVE to do before we leave---he was most enthusiastic about Thursday nights out at this club Radost (?) so we'll have to try that out eventually!
We walked around a bit to find somewhere to eat for dinner. There was this delicious looking ...