Mamaison Residence Belgicka Prague
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Mamaison Residence Belgicka Prague
Travel Blogs from Prague
... vibrant old town square. We spent some time walking around and by sundown, settled at a cafe in the middle of the square for some cappucino and croatian pancakes, which was actually crepes, and watched people go by.
After breakfast at the hostel cafe, we proceeded to the bus terminal for a 5 hr trip to Split. It was again a comfortable ride. When we arrived at the Split terminal, our host was waiting to welcome us and walk us to the apartment. ...
... get much better prices by wandering a bit further. We just liked the convenience of the location (close to the hotel) and that the staff spoke English. Word of warning: they do add a tip to your bill – it’s the standard European 10% but keep this in mind when paying.
Our last day we were without a tour. We had until about 3 p.m. to wander around the city on our own, and we made our way to the Charles ...
... at us it was pretty funny. Once out and about again we got a little turned around in the gardens but were happy enough when we stumbled on a couple who had a field of birds of prey. Hawks, falcons, owls and eagles. We wandered around having a look at these awesome birds. We were a little horrified at the start when we noticed they were all tied to a stake in the ground but when Sean got asked if he wanted to hold one, we forgot about that little detail ...
... horse's......tail. The Square symbolizes Czech nationalism and unity. It was here that Jan Palach, a student, burned himself in the cause of Czech independence 1969 after the Soviets brutally crushed the 1968 revolt; and it was here in 1989 that thousands of Czech jingled their keys and in peaceful demonstration for the end of Soviet rule. The keys worked, and the Soviets left. We continued on our walk to the Alfons Mucha ( pronounced "Mooka") museum. Deb was enthralled as Mucha is ...
... in the background and cobbled streets.
After many hours and tired legs and feet we went back to rest and freshen up for dinner. Traditional Czech meal with entertainment.
Dinner was out in the suburbs of Prague which showed us a different side to the city. Dinner was good, probably the nicest main meal I've had in a while. Kebab with chicken, pork, onion and capsicum with green beans and potato bake with a gravy..... Doesn't sound anything special but ...