- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
Photos of Hotel Monica
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Monica Prague
Travel Blogs from Prague
... works of art from the Middle Ages are kept in the church, such as the so-called Tucher Altar (c. 1440, originally the high altar of the Augustinian church of St. Vitus), and two monuments by Adam Kraft (c. 1498). Leaving Nuremberg, we continued easterly to Czech border past the town of Pilsen to Prague. Arriving at our Hotel Savoy were greeted by a quaint but stylish hotel. Dinner in house this evening - salad entree, beef main, apple ...
Last full day in Prague! I wish I could stay the rest of the month but am excited for the next stop, Budapest. We've heard rave reviews from other backpackers. We took today a little bit easier. Our go, go, go excitement is starting to catch up with us. Can't hang like I'm 21 anymore. We had another amazing lunch at a local Czech restaurant. I had pork, cabbage, and potato dumplings. We haven't had one bad meal here. Everything is so flavorful! For 110 CZK ($5), we were able to climb ...
... a number or we can't go on." he said. He saw our accommodation details and so he rang our Host which I was not happy about as this had nothing to do with her. He then rang her. I don't think he believed that is where we were staying.
He Promised us we would have our bags delivered to us by 5pm. Promised!
We were beyond making any sense by now and needed to get to our digs the quickest way possible and there was no choice but to jump into another ...
... located in the "old town" of Prague. (Every European city has an “old town” in which Darlene always seems to find a place to stay.)
So off we go, two tourists, wearing backpacks and pulling wheeled suitcases. (Everyone used to pack lighter because wheels on suitcases weren’t yet invented, remember?) Only the directions and rough map didn’t match reality. Some marked ...
... the shelf. One would be a medical treatise from 1498 while the next one would be a theological work from 1645. In addition, there were 1,600 bibles or fragments, 3,000 illuminated manuscripts, countless scrolls dating back to 120 AD., globes and maps. All of these items were neatly organized on the shelves and are still actively used by the monks.
After the library, we headed across the hill to the Palace. The palace is one of the ...