Jurys Inn Prague
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
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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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... toilets, sensor lights, and at €18 a night(!) a snap. No chance of skipping out without paying either, you couldn't squeeze a credit card between the entry/exit barrier arms! Sorted, and what a lovely way to spend an afternoon…………..
Tell you what......I've know some rigid, pedantic *******s in my time.....(careful)......they are ******* compared to this lot. But we are safe in the knowledge that they are protecting ...
... churches (and they have quite a few here) Ina talked about the devastating impact Russian control of Czechoslovakia had on religion. While it was not illegal to practice a christian faith, there was no reward in it. Catholic children were not allowed to go to university, they basically left school at 15 and went to work in factories. Their papers were marked and travel to anywhere inside the country was extremely limited. Some tried to hide their faith by holding mass in their ...
... happy to sacrifice this if it meant I could be in the heart of town where I didn’t have to book a tram ticket twice in one day to get in and out again. When I arrived at the rather fruitily named ‘Orange Hostel’ I couldn’t help but notice that Prague’s most famous landmark, the Charles Bridge, was a mere twenty metres from the front door.
This proximity meant a number of wonderful things were possible. The first of these was an instantaneous ...
... a little 30 second show where all of the disciples come out of 2 windows, 4 evil symbols shake their heads, charms go off, and a rooster crows to end the show. The evil symbols are vanity, lending money, and a skeleton that rings a bell to remind you that you are 1 hour closer to death. We also saw the only lasting opera house that Mozart performed in. Prague is the 2nd least religious city, so most of the churches have been converted into different uses, one ...
... Plague) it is believed that she let in a homeless beggar who transmitted the Plague to her. Ludmila was the 1st case of Black Plague in Prague after her 1000's died and more than half the population of the town was wiped out. Ever since then 5 Dratovy St is considered by Czecks as an unlucky building. Till this day one doesn't find local Czecks standing under the building for more than couple of seconds and sometimes even now you can see Ludmila staring ...