Kempinski Hotel Hybernska Prague
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... to write on. Although some recent markers are more of the "Killroy was here" variety, the wall still mostly stays true to its original purpose.
Next up was the walking tour of the Charles Bridge. I had found the informational walking tour on line and it explained what each of the statues on the bridge were and their significance. It made the walk across the historic bridge more meaningful. The bridge is also the place to people watch. We saw ...
... then really angry, then you wonder 'what if someone had done this or that...'. It's hard to grasp the magnitude of death and despair and the loss experienced by so many. I feel a bit silly using words like horror and despair because I don't think these really describe what happened to these people. To see the massive piles of hair, glasses, hair brushes, shoes and kitchen utensils pillaged by the Nazis from the Jews, Poles and other poor souls barely begins to give you ...
... for 850 CZK~$45 with tip. Not a bad deal. On the way back to the hotel we stopped to use the ATM and there in front of us was a lovely bakery where we had a chocolate torte, slice of cheesecake, an espresso and a cappuccino all for less than $10. At least the food is not only good, but a good ...
... have to research that one).. We also went through the Jewish quarter which remains completely intact from before the war becasue Hitler was saving it to be a museum of an extinct race.
After the tour we tried to dry off a bit and met Jess and Rachel for dinner. We had plans to go out to some club for the night, but noone ended up going because it was still pouring well into the night.
Yesterday we checked out of the hostel and ...
... call it here 'Zo'. Totally ridiculously massive with about 3 levels, swimming pool, miniature trains, and even a chair lift. The weather was quite warm...actually it was bloody hot and I wished I packed my bikinis so I could take a dip in the pool. We saw sooo many animals and the Prague zoo was so much better than the Salzburg zoo. The best animal was the tiger. Credit goes to him - He was able to back one out with a big crowd watching. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility