BEST WESTERN Premier Hotel Majestic Plaza
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Great day. Up very early, sent some emails then went down to breakfast. Quite a spread--great cheese & hams, and of course PASTRIES!! Came back to room to prepare for a walk, but my bed snatched me for a long morning nap! Met my roommate later, went to lunch & saw the Astronomical Clock. Wonderful town square with cute cafés and lovely …
... as a time capsule of the past. We enjoyed a short walk through the town and viewed its Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance houses.
Later, we continued through Southern Bohemia to the Czech capital, Prague - "The City of a Thousand ...
... the public to enjoy though. He is responsible for the giant crawling infants up the city’ eyesore Zizkov Television Tower, a statue of St Wenceslas riding an upside down dead horse, Sigmund Freud hanging by one hand, and the peeing statues (yes, literally moving and peeing, on what looks like a map of the Czech Republic!), and Miminka (more giant babies), amongst others. You can certainly see why people might have a bit of an issue with his work, but I think it’s ...
... churches, monuments, statues, you would love it mum. The streets are primarily cobble stone in the areas we are walking, can be a bit tricky, and a large chunk of Prague city is UNESCO protected so it retains it's beautiful buildings and history. We wandered around this morning just taking different streets with no definite plan, just went wherever and discovered all sorts of places. One place that I wanted to see was St Wenceslas ...
... sound to it when you say it. We tried to keep learning new words but we found that some locals didn't even speak Czech! I'm not really sure why it seems like English is more popular, but I read in the Kafka Museum that Prague is 1/3 Czech, 1/3 German and 1/3 Jewish so maybe they use English as a common language. We spent a lot to time in Prague visiting different museums and shows rather than just exploring like we had done in Italy. The Mucha museum was by far ...