Alchymist Residence Nosticova
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... into a "stag party" (what Europeans call a bachelor party). The young men were all wearing dalmation costumes, except the groom who was dressed like Cruella DeVille. They kindly obliged me with a photo. The groom even told me it wasn't too late for him to dump his bride! They were very fun and gave us a good laugh.
Later in the afternoon we went back to the Castle complex to see another part not included in the morning's tour- Lobkowicz Palace. This is one of ...
After venturing up there we got back down just in time for the clock display, there was a huge crowd gathered everyone was excited and waiting in anticipation....... wow what can I say we were disappointed it was so pathetic just a tiny little song and some creepy little statues moving in the windows. The clock itself is very cool but if you do ever go to Prague don't get too stressed if you miss the display. It was actually quite ...
What a start to the morning and end to our stay at this hostel..we had to put our luggage into storage so we can collect it later on this evening, drag it all out to the reception, wait for the guy to take us downstairs to the luggage room, we had to go down in turns as the lift is tiny, meet him down there and he looks dumbly at the closet and says oh there is a bike in here.. maybe your stuff won't all fit.. Right, we try to suggest moving the bike, rearranging some stuff and ...
... the 5-story club, but not before the cheeky bar man asked us for a tip..no really he did, didn't even pour a beer and he wanted a tip, we were ****** but we weren't too full that we'd fall for that one. Anyway we carried right on in the club, singlets, shorts and bare foot till about 5.30am then stumbled home over the beautiful Charles Bridge. Gotta love the Czech attitude. Next day we were pretty bloody hung so we kicked back in the cot until about lunchtime after Jules ...
... top of one another up to 10 layers deep.
We visited the Pinkas Synagogue which dates back to 1535 but now is a memorial to the Jews of Bohemia and Moravia murdered by the Nazis. The names of victims are recorded on the walls of the Synagogue and the upstairs area has an exhibition of children's drawings from Terezin concentration camp. The Maisel Synagogue, which we also visited, is not a functioning synagogue but houses an exhibition of Jewish settlements from ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center