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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Kutna Hora, an hour's train ride away. The Ossuary is a small Roman Catholic chapel, located beneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints. The main reason for visiting is to see the skeletons of approximately 60,000 people, whose bones have been arranged to form decorations and furnishings for the chapel, including a giant chandelier. A bit odd, but very interesting!
After visiting the Ossuary and Chapel, we returned to Prague, and ...
... featuring treasures that have belonged to the family for generations. Some examples include priceless artwork, some of the finest weaponry ever made, and even original musical compositions by Beethoven and Mozart. The story of how the family managed to save these treasures was so interesting. We left Lobkowicz Palace for dinner at the Zofin Palace Garden restaurant. After dinner we went back to our hotel for apple strudel and vanilla ice cream.
... Old East Berlin, and find a few remnants of the wall, now covered in graffiti or murals, which was so prominent a division of the city at our last visit 23 years ago. John and I recall the constant ring of hammer on chisel as souvenir hunters all over Europe slowly tore the wall down. Now small morsels are for sale in plastic containers, or as earrings or pendants...but are they genuine? We find Checkpoint Charlie, and visit a memorial to the wall. We also walk ...
... Charles Bridge. It was full of tourists, is lined with characature artists and souvenir kiosks, and has statues all the way across it. We walked up a hill to the castle and stopped to take some pictures overlooking the city. It being 12:00 we saw the changing of the guard, there were trumpets and drums and pretty mich the same thing as at Buckingham palace, but kore low key and not a huge parade. Next we walked around the grounds of the castle and ...
It had to be visited; Prague castle. We arrived, after a tiring uphill walk for ages, just in time for the hourly changing of the guard. Same process as the British and other royal palaces, the same stern guard faces and pomp and ceremony; but fun to watch and everyone clap at the end. After Cesky Krumlov castle and being told being told Prague castle was a slightly larger version, we had a view of what to expect. Prague castle is more of a township with some older ...