Park Inn Hotel Prague
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... only hitch was that on the way back home our tram got stuck in a traffic jam, caused by a taxi driver protest and we sat in the heat for some time before the driver opened the doors and let everyone get off and walk.
As an aside, we have been pleasantly surprised by the fact that whenever we get on any form of public transport where seats are already taken, someone will jump up and insist on you taking their place. It is an old world courtesy ...
We bussed out, the whole crew had gotten pretty trashed the night before, and we almost left three peeps behind because they were MIA. they had a congratulatory walk of shame clap when they finally showed up and boarded the bus :p. Our mid trip stop was to the chapel of bones (u know ur jelly Albie!!!!)! It is decorated with the human bones of 40,000 people. The dealio is that and preacher man ...
... in a monastery on Palace Hill. The collection is incredible for two reasons. First, the rooms are beautiful. One has incredible plaster and ceiling paintings (all done by a monk) that are out of this world and the other room contains a series of built-in bookcases that the monks picked up in a "fire sale" around 1790. The second reason that their collection of books is so old. While it made Don wince, our guide would pick a book at ...
... unicorns etc. From there we bought a delicious Czech styled chimney cake and walked through the little winding medieval streets up to the Castle. The castle is free, which is good. It's a bit of a weird one since it's more like a little walled town on the top of the hill. It has great views over the city on the way up (and across to the weird little replica Eiffel Tower on the opposite hill). There's some churches and tiny streets so we just walked around and out the other side to ...
... town again, to see it while wide awake. Again, there were surprises around every corner. We explored the Jewish quarter, where the bulidings have gorgeous Art Nouveau accents. We saw a graveyard, which dates back to the 15th century. Because buying more land was not possible, people here are buried 12 layers deep. 12,000 tombstones crowd together here, and it's estimated that 100,000 people are buried here! We crossed the ...