Lindner Hotel Prague Castle
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... couldn't believe the amount of money and work that had gone into this place. Construction of the church began in 1388 and is now on the UNESCO Heritage list, as it should be. The last 5 days have been so tiring but also some that I will never forget. Berlin and Prague you have out done yourselves and I hope to return to further explore what you have to offer. I can't wait to get to Munich and see Cynthia and family and of course The Sound of Music tour of ...
... t have any invitations yet so I told them they could find the address on the web page. Today we went in the search work close to our flat. There is a list of non-Czech names with address, most of which are located in six story tall buildings with buzzers at the front door. We were able to speak with a few on the intercoms and we found some new names to write down also. We did not get much response but we did find some people on the street ...
... the free walking tour. The tour began at 10:45 so we had to check out of Ahoy! beforehand. Waiting round till 10:40 Isaac wasn’t ready in time so we left him behind and high tailed it to the start point of the tour in the main square that we had visited the night beforehand. We made it in time spotting the customary Sandeman’s red umbrella. We had a good walking tour taking in all the main sites such as the old square, Astronomical clock, the Jewish quarter ...
... of shopping ideas for tomorrow despite extremely sore feet and legs from walking for 2 days!!
We retired to our favourite outdoor cafe for dinner and drinks and actually made it home after 10 pm! Sitting in the Old Town Square in the evening surrounded by hundreds of happy tourists with buskers playing, food and gift stalls, fireworks and the beautiful old buildings lit up against the darkening sky was quite magical and ...
... town, in every country. We wondered through the town of meandering streets and I led the way, and got us lost. Which isn't hard to do in Prague, one wrong turn and you could be in France for all I know. It's a lot of windy streets. Two of the girls, Kiki and Canadian Jess were too drunk to continue the impromptu walking tour, so we negotiated a price with a taxi and threw them in to go home. Side note, and travel tip, taxis WILL try to rip you off in Prague. Let them know you ...