Park Inn Hotel Prague
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Prague
... again. Doesn't disappoint yet. Good time at Showpark. She was black, from Jamaica. Not really my type, but I ended up buying her a drink. We talked. She likes cooking and is attending nursing school. She has family that lives in NY and New Jersey. She likes making stir fried rice and soup. We did the deed and that was that. I'm a big boy now.... I ...
... at the Beer Garden. Beer is very popular here for men and women in large glasses. Tried a Czech red wine but like vinegar and changed it for Australian. Unfortunately the Maître Di was not impressed. Roast duck delicious. After dinner Jenny , I went for a walk to the Charles bridge to see the lights across the river.
Today is day 3 in Prague and I had a day of pottering on my own and 'shopping' H&M and C n A ...
Woke up in Prague: surreal. Began exploring the city at Starbucks to give us the energy we need for our day. We strolled along towards Old Town Square. The entire city is laid with stone, sidewalks and streets. Musical street entertainment at every turn. Artists displaying their work, locals selling their goods. We happened upon the astronomical clock right around noon, when it was obvious - by all the people stopping and staring - that something was about ...
... one. Once we left, we headed to Prague. Upon arrival we hit the pool and the sauna, then went to dinner. After dinner, we had a walking tour of the city. Prague is a really nice city. We took the metro (subway) to get to the heart of the city, then looked at some of the old buildings and architecture, a Jewish ghetto, and the shopping regions. After this we went straight to a pub where our 'pub crawl' began. It was €16, and that allowed for unlimited drinks (as you ...
... the royals used to live. There are houses belonging to the doctor, the dressmaker, the goldsmith, etc, all very cute, and tiny, along the top of the houses runs a corridor that is now filled with old armour and weapons from medieval times, including a room filled with old torture equipment (crazy!!) and as the crazy guy next to me decided to touch the spikes, i can confirm they are very sharp! The finally stop at the end of golden street was the old prison, located ...