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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... taking in the local sights and sounds. The highlight of Saturday, was doing a dinner cruise on the river, seeing Prague by night. If you ever get to Prague, a night cruise is a must. There are so many beautiful buildings in Prague and they are lit up to make a gorgeous feast of interesting architecture. ( my photos didn't turn out very well.). Sunday, we caught the hop on hop off bus. It was a bit drizzly so this was a good option. On one side ...
... He was an immediate success with his stunning style of poster art. He created a huge amount of poster art and which a small fraction can be seen in the Mucha Museum in Prague. These posters are what made him famous commercially and they are quintessential Art Nouveau.
But his passion was the huge Slavic Epic paintings which are housed in another building in Prague. (We saw this ...
... go to Prague the second travel weekend available, so I decided that it would be my first destination instead. I’ve learned that it is far easier to travel in small groups rather than with excessive amounts of people (like say, 26), so it brought me much joy to attempt to take on the world by my lonesome (with the company of Danny of course). We figured out the Eurail passes we purchased long ago, and were overjoyed to find it very simple to navigate. It was nice that Prague ...
... 10 mins away ....I felt like my mother after realizing i had made a big circle about three times :-). In the evening I went for drinks with a French lawyer, who lives in Prague, that I met at lunch, I was happy that he didn't turn out to be a killer and it was nice to get taken to some interesting places. We went to a couple of neat bars and then to the tv tower, Žižkov Television Tower. It is 216 Meters high so the restaurant inside gives a nice view of the ...
... tour we made our way back to Mustek, the city center of Prague. It was about dinner time and we all had only one thing on our minds. Goulash soup in a bread bowl. If you ever get a chance to try goulash. It's really good. I had some soup and some gnocchi with chicken and spinach. Equally amazing. Then after I went for this Czech dessert that I had my eye on for the last few days. It was this pretzel bread thing that they wrapped around a pole and cooked it. It was ...