Jurys Inn Prague
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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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... so i won't. We saw:
A big zodiac clock that struck at 8pm and weird characteur figures circled around it. Tick
The harbour and people doing pedolops. Tick
A swan in her nest on the harbour (not a tourist attraction per sey but still pretty cool.What was not cool though was that most of her nest was made up of rubbish - tidy up after yourselves humans.) Tick?
National Museum - saw it, walked past it. Tick
Old Town - was ...
... and into legitimately clean clothes for the first time in almost two weeks. "Glorious" isn't too strong of a word for that feeling, I think. It had taken all of yesterday at the hostel laundry room but our clothes were fresh and smelled of something other than a Chinese buffet dumpster. Score! The day I'd looked forward to for months has finally arrived, and today we went to the Czech Beerfest. If I hadn't read about it online I would've never known it was going on; ...
... almost didn't make it, he was traveling in very slow motion lol. On the way down the hill we stopped to take photos of the gothic cathedral. When we got to the bottom we saw the Charles bridge which we'd walked across on the walking tour, but went by the river this time to get photos of the bridge. As it was raining, it was fairly must by the river, and as we were segway-ing away from the river, I skidded in the mud and almost ...
... the Old Town Square again to pick up tickets at Cafe Mozart for the dinner and jazz event Friday evening. We are also hoping to see the lighting of the gas lights at night, too. I will post an image of a gas light so that you get an idea of what they look like. The city is so beautiful and so clean!
Cafe Mozart is a very formal area, and even in the middle of the day there was a pianist playing jazz on what looked to be a ...
... declaring it a “protectorate”, like a city-museum. But this didn’t save the Jewish community of course.
Curious fact: the Czech people took their own city back against the Nazis, three years after the Nazi Governor of Czechoslovakia was assassinated by British trained Czech paratroopers, and one day before the Russians got there. So during communism they celebrated their “Liberation Day” on May the 9th, and nowadays ...