Kempinski Hotel Hybernska Prague
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... a rainy afternoon. We perhaps headed there with a little too much excitement and hence when we found out we could order a tasting menu where we would get to try 10 different beers we immediately jumped at the opportunity.
After our first 10 beers each we were in an even better mood and with the rain still coming down outside it again seemed appropriate to continue trying some more of the 30 beers they had on tap. We then started up conversation with ...
... of the hotel we picked was that it was high up on the hill near the castle, with a private entrance onto the castle gardens and therefore a very easy, quiet access to that whole area. Most other tourists would have to walk almost a mile uphill to get to the area, whereas we could start the day already there. The cathedral within the castle walls rivals that of Norte Dame in Paris, and again, the whole area exceeded our ...
... Eventually we put the girls back on a tram and then headed home. The bus for Prague left at 11.30am, so we decided to just have a sleep in and meet up at the bus.
Overall I really enjoyed Dresden. I know good weather and good company make a big difference, but the old town was very scenic and the new town was buzzing for the 2 nights we were there (Saturday and Sunday). Now I'm off to Prague to see what all the fuss is about!
We arrived ...
... of fun on the paddle boat we got off and headed back to Lesser Quarter where we were staying. We got seriously delayed on Charles Bridge having a shopping spasm. Very pretty things were bought we were very very happy ladies. It makes me smile just knowing what is in my bag for me to play with later. Then we grabbed some Czech food and beer. Then we headed back to get ready to go out. Our original plan was to go to Jazz Dock and listen to the performer the go out dancing. ...
... and bushland area. Instead walked down the hill in light rain (including another huge set of stairs and steps) to Lesser Town. Passed a number of embassies (US the only one with security oitside) and on to see St Nicholas Church.
Leaving the Lesser Town we walked across the famous Charles Bridge - admired the many statues and the views back to the castle, along the Vltava River and on towards the Old Town city centre. Many other tourists of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility