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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... next day. We're so glad we did it. It turned out the tours are indeed free, the guides are mostly Brit or Aussy students in Prague working for tips only. Our guide did a pretty good job, he was witty, funny and very informative. He took us to most of the sights we visited the previous day at the bike tour but gave us so much better insights and understanding of the monuments we were looking at.
The next day, we took a 7.5 hour bus ride to Budapest ...
... 8211; the majority of the crowd was confused and wondering what the big deal was. The appeal of the clock isn’t the show, but the clock itself. We walked past the Jewish quarter where we heard both inspiring and devastating stories; we visited the New Town Square among other sites, and we ended the tour at Rudolfinum – the same place where the Castle Tour starts! On this tour we met a lovely couple from ...
... is not just popular - it's a religion. The Czechs have the highest beer consumption per capita in the world. We reckon Dad wants to move here!
After lunch we made our way down to the Old Town and watched the marionette show on the old Town Hall astronomical clock. It happens every hour and there was a big crowd to watch it, but it only lasts 30 seconds. Maddy reckoned it was 'rubbish'.
We then walked down to the Charles ...
... over 1.5 hours to sort it out. Jet lagged and exhausted, we were asleep in no time. The Charles Apt. (VRBO) was ideally situated - walking distance to the bridge, Old Town, the Castle, shops and restaurants. The apt. was clean, comfortable and had all the necessary amenities amidst old world architecture and charm. The next morning we explored "the hood", arriving at the Charles Bridge in minutes. This 14th century bridge was, at one time, the only connection across the river and ...
... This is different than the Catholic churches because they are not "allowed" by the Church to charge an entrance fee.)
Speaking of Communism, it was interesting speaking with our guide. She was born in 1955 and her mother was a scientist who served as the consultant to the Minister of Education. When the Prague Spring occurred in 1968, every person in the country was forced to sign a paper stating that they supported the ...