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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... reformer burned at the stake in 1415, and very ornate with lots of gold. There is a magnificent Art Nouveau statue of Hus in the Square, which itself is a lovely place to wander and just look. Next the Jewish Museum. In fact, a group of buildings - New-Old Synagogue, built in 13th century; Klaus Synagogue; Ceremonial Hall and Pinkas Synagogue. The latter has the names of more than 77,000 Jews who were victims of the Nazis inscribed on the walls. Then the Old Cemetery, ...
... getting there. I believe the order was "10 jäger shots please.", "sorry we are all out.", "ok, 10 shots of absinthe please." He stitched up himself more than anyone with this. No sooner than the empty glass hit the table he's having a sneaky Vom in the bin. Candace soon followed then Mikyla who got a bit of Candace's splash back had to run to the loos. Great start haha. I of course suffered no such weakness. When we got there there were maybe 2 other groups ...
... Before we'd had any success the damned tram arrived and Treas insisted on boarding, assuming we'd get a ticket on board... No way Jose! So I sat there panicking all the way that we'd get sprung by a ticket inspector, and as soon as we arrived in town I asked a Policeman where to get a ticket for the return trip and he explained that we had to go down into the subway (as he pointed at the bitumen at his feet). About 21.30 we'd had enough and headed back ...
... The bus tour was good, but the leader was hard to hear and understand and she really moved through some of the walking parts of the tour very quickly.
We made a stop at an old cemetery and walked among the tomb stones and mausoleums.
... royals throwing two Catholic pamphleteers out of the window. The Catholics believe they were saved by angels who caught them, while the Protestants believe they fell into a heap of horse manure! This resulted in the Thirty Years' War in Prague. Rather interesting history!
We headed down from the Castle and headed towards the river. We did walk pass a very impressive statue which were off two men peeing on what looked like Czechoslovakia. ...