OREA Hotel Pyramida
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... hours to relax and get dressed up before heading out to check out some of the nightlife Prague is renowned for. We first went to a place called "the Pub" where we say at tables with beer taps in the centre, and we poured it own drinks. It was a lot of fun! They keep tally of how much each table is drinking, and some of the guys got quite competitive. After that it was on to a nightclub, where we stayed until we wanted to go back to the hostel. All in all, quite a ...
... most of which I've forgotten! We visited St. Vitus Cathedral which is in the Castle grounds. The castle and cathedral and government offices are all tied in together, it seems. Also there were hordes of tourists, as well as us. This is true of wherever you go in Prague.
Then it was back on the coach to the Old Town, where we walked through to the Square, and the Astronomical Clock. The guide deliberately got us there after noon, as at noon, and at any hour when ...
... an urban area after about an hour which we later discovered to the be the city of Znojmo. As I drove through the city streets, attempting to make sense of the foreign road signs we became aware of a strange siren, akin to an air raid warning alarm from footage of the Blitz. To investigate, Richard thought it would be helpful to open all the windows to let the mellifluous and soothing peals in, as I tried to navigate the four lanes of traffic and the confusing roundabouts. ...
... not on the list of suggested places, but something I'd discovered on TripAdvisor the night before: the Slav Epic. It's a collection of 20 monumental paintings depicting the history of the Slav people. Now, I'm not an art person. I enjoy looking at art, but I can't tell you any technical details or describe the theme of what I'm seeing. This, however, took my breath away as soon as I walked in. Most of these paintings are something like 6 metres high ...
... he was into alchemy and astrology), one of Maria Theresa's daughters, and assorted wives of the king of Bohemia (They buried them 4 to a grave ! Humph !) are all there. It was awesome.
Things just got better when we went to the Castle proper and saw a real jousting hall (plus the steps that the horses came up through into the hall (so thoughtful!), but most importantly, saw what has arguably been the highlight so far : THE window ...