Design Metropol Hotel Prague
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at 4 am reception was ready for us, they had a lunch bags ready ( 3 sandwiches each ) fruit and water and a lovely send off by the porter, an old guy that was very friendly - so walked the 5min to the station and our train still hadn't been given a platform yet so we just had to stand there for 10 min waiting p, finally platform 2 announced and we went to the platform but along the way Orna & I stopped to buy some muffins because we wanted ...
... large and expansive feel, and the windows are covered in the most interesting and beautiful stained glass I've ever seen. The cathedrals of Paris had amazing glass but here it is so detailed and varied that some of it even seems to resemble a comic book. The stories they tell are clear and easy to follow, which is pretty much never the case (for me anyways). As we did our little walking circuit of the cathedral we found ourselves next to a large group of older ...
Originally designed and deployed during WWII in fear of a nuclear attack, there are some 300 nuclear bunkers scattered beneath the city of Prague. Although they were put on standby for possible use during the Cold War, these bunkers have never actually be tested and utilised in a real scenario.
This afternoon we take a step back in time, to an era that wasn't that long ago to learn about a different part of history on the Prague Nuclear Bunker Tour. ...
... back at our apartment, I hugged her again before sleep and was grateful that we had the chance to visit her new life and see just how far she had come in her progress to adulthood. The following day Lily took us around to places which we had previously only heard about - the Galeria, the old town market place, the ice rink and huge decorated Christmas tree and across town to her school. I could see the places she had spoken about ...
... installed in 1410, making it the third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest one still working. Every hour the clock comes to life with its figurines moving as the time changes. Also located within the square is the elegant Gothic Church of our Lady before Tyn- which is especially impressive by night when it is illuminated by floodlights, St. Nicolas’ Church, Art Nouveau Municipal House which is the home to the ...