Design Metropol Hotel Prague
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... but it's location wasn't .
I have found a new app tripomatic . This is cool as it lists all attraction and how far away etc.
We found the square with the astrological clock , so did every one else . One the hour the clock chimes and the twelve apostle are seen . Then the golden cock crows and you applaud and wish to return to Prague one day .
Each evening we had dinner in this Square , there was so ...
... in Prague, however back when the Jews were forced to live there during the time of the Nazi's it was the most disgusting and horrendous area of Prague. We went by a museum which now holds pictures that children drew while they were in concentration camps. I never got to see the pictures but he described how amazing they were to us. After visiting the Powder Tower and a few more sights, we were off on our own again. We got some food at a local restaurant, and ...
... an exception. We were able to get a very large private room for a great deal as well as breakfast included. We were happy with our decision. We settled in and then went out and ate at a local sandwich shop. We stayed in for the night and rested up for two days of exploration in Prague. It was my second time here in Prague. I had come here on my 5 week adventure thru mostly Western Europe back in 2002, with my good friend Chris. I had really liked it then and was looking ...
We arrived in Prague last night about 9pm local time. After dropping our bags off at the hostel we headed into town for a drink. We got to the main square just before 11pm, just in time to hear the astronomical clock strike 11. The astronomical clock was first installed in 1410, making it the third oldest in the world & the oldest working astronomical clock.
From here we found somewhere down the side streets for a drink. We were a bit hungry ...
... around for a while taking in the wonderful sights. After lunch we walked down to King Charles II bridge which was crawling with tourists but was worth the visit. Then we caught a tram to the Prague Funicular (cable car) which took us to a lookout high above the city. We thought we were in Paris because there was a 60 metre high replica of the Eiffel Tower - 60 metres high - known as the Petrin Hill Observation Tower. AJG was going to climb it to take some ...