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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... a daily ticket for transport and managed to get good value as metro is superb and saved or legs a bit. We went to the Jewish quarter and the Jewish museums. A lot of history there and found it interesting if a bit depressing.
Beautiful buildings every which way you look and we had lunch at the Municipal house where there is a lovely concert hall. Prague has so many theatres and has a great musical history. Mozart was a frequent ...
... nipped down some back streets and headed back to the hotel for a rest and to dry off. Food in Prague is typically meat - goulash and lumps of meat. I did a bit of research beforehand and booked a vegetarian restaurant for dinner. And I'm so glad I did - it was packed! We shared some pumpkin hummus, then I had a green Thai, aubergine curry and it was so delicious!! And a massive portion, so I was disappointed that I couldn't order dessert! Once back at the markets, it ...
... Town Hall spire, astronomical clock, church of St Nicholas and Hus statue. Karlova street winds through the town and we reach Charles Bridge, a famous attraction which is lined with religious statues, street artists, stalls selling jewellery and joins the 2 parts of Prague. It is really impressive and there are thousands of tourists!! We enjoy a coffee on the square and find somewhere for lunch. I enjoy local potato and mushroom ...
... the sky we could see through the atrium roof 8 floors up. Simon got on his running shoes and headed for a run along the Vltava river up past the Charles Bridge and took some photos of Prague bathed in sunlight. Susan went for a swim and then we met Rachel after her 2 exams for a late lunch at another of her 'finds' courtesy of the Prague Food blog. Called Krystal it was 2 trams stops from the hotel and just around the corner from where we had gone on Sunday. it was a nice leisurely ...
... up a giant wad of snot at the same time; I can barely understand a quarter of what they are saying. Fortunately they all speak “regular” German as well so if I stare at them blankly they generally repeat what they have said in a more comprehensible manner.
On Monday Sept 16th I flew from Zürich to Prague to attend the World Veterinary Congress (WVC). Our Swiss Airlines aircraft looked a lot like it was left over from ...