Travel Blogs from Prague
... station - if the lights are in our favour. It took less than an hour to walk down to Jiraskuv most (the bridge near the dancing house). I love that house - I had to use the photo that shows the legs too. The walk there was really interesting; no tables and chairs out on the street even though there were lots of shops. There was a lot of work going on - replacing the tram lines and putting down new pavers (tiny pavers) on the sidewalks. Lots ...
... after. Our last day we ate the same breakfast as the day before, packed up our bags, and enjoyed the last few moments of our fancy hotel before the long train ride to Munich. We checked out around noon, and when we got to the main train station several miles away, I realized I still had the key to the hotel room. We figured it was too late to head back, as our train would arrive shortly, so we emailed the hotel staff and mailed it to them the following ...
... thy will keep paying us in shots haha so I got all the girls up and we danced on the bar for ages.. (Sorry dad but I got free drinks and I'm on a budget) lol ! P.s after 1 hour of being at the bar.. kasey had lost one of her shoes... it was never found again..Then we headed to the five storey night club it's pretty funny 5 storeys and we spent the whole night in the 80s room but was soo much fun again I just danced the night ...
... According to Czech legend, construction of the bridge began at 5:31am on 9 July 1357. Charles IV, the emperor at the time, was very superstitious, and believed that building the bridge at "1357 9, 7 5:31" would make the bridge stronger. Several battles have been fought on and around the bridge, and the Hapsburg Monarchy often mounted heads of rebels on the bridge for all to see. There are about thirty statues lining the bridge, which were added in the ...
... in 1344 and finally completed in the 19th century. It is a very large cathedral and looms over the castle and the city. There are huge stained class windows, the newest of which actually carries a logo of a major bank, which donated to the completion and was designed by Mucha. There are many tombs and side chapels plus a large organ dated 1763 and a Royal Crypt but the highlight was the Chapel of St Wenceslas.
The next destination was a huge collection which covered the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed