Travel Blogs from Prague
... to see the view of the city before going for lunch. The top of the hill had a church call "St. Nicholas Church". There was an attached restaurant with a terrace over looking the city. The hill also had small walking trails for people to get closer in touch with nature within the city.
We passed by Charles Bridge and a bunch of shops just after. The bridge itself was full of artist selling goods and performing. It was pretty entertaining to just walk across. The shops ...
... and the other 3, were Ethiopian. I was also pleased to be near the front because I feared it would be a frantic start with so many people in limited space.
I was pleasantly surprised to find a moderate pace off the start line with no pushing. I was so pleased that I suddenly decided I would display my appreciation by kissing the ground. A trip to the pavement occurred before I had time to think about what was happening. After a couple of ...
... seemed to be opposite each other so we really had no idea where to go. We decided to go back into the town centre instead and maybe try the brewery later. So we walked back to Charles Bridge which is where we were last night. It was insanely busy with tourists taking photos and tour groups going past. From the bridge we got a really nice view looking up at the castle and the basilica on the hill. It was very pretty! We walked back to ...
... juncture, point out that every tram driver in Prague (whether male or female) think that they a driving a Formula 1 Ferrari - full acceleration from the tram stop and emergency braking at the next. I am sure that the locals are pretty used to it but it would leave many a tourist bruised and battered. However, the tram system is fantastic and I wish Sydney did not get rid of its trams. Lorna and I caught a tram up ...
... stacked on top of each other as there simply wasn't room to space them, really quite a moving reminder of what went on.
The map the hostel furnished us with recommended a vegetarian restaurant for lunch, so we went there in the hope of successfully feeding Ali. The food was excellent and Ali actually managed to have some (veggie) Goulash. However we did end up sat next to an American girl who spent 20 minutes loudly discussing her "spirit animal" (a ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Seifert Prague
Great place to stay
We stay at Seifert for 8 nights (Oct 25 to Nov 02)
The room was great and spotless , a very good breakfast, nice people at the front desk . Two bus run to the subway 207 and 133.
A supermarket and a drugstore a few block from the hotel .
You can walk to the subway station it took us about 15 minutes.
we love our stay and recommand it
Just returned from a 2 night stay at Seifert with my partner and 4 friends.I cant recommened the hotel highly enough, all three rooms that we had were spotlessly clean and spacious, the beds are so comfy, just what you need after a days sightseeing!Particular favourite of mine was the powerful, hot shower...fab!The staff are friendly,speak great english and there was a good choice for breakfast.
We stayed four nights at the Hotel Seifert and cannot recommend it highly enough!
Just come back from Prague. Glad to say that the Seifert hotel was all it was cracked up to be. The rooms are fairly large, comfortable, spotlessly clean and well maintained. They are not air conditioned which could be a problem during a heatwave.
we booked the the flights through bmi baby and the hotel through easyjet hotels. 3 nights b&b cost less than £125 per person all in!
Wunderbares Hotel; blitzsauber; modern und neu (Totalrenovation 2005); tiptopes Frühstücksbüffet mit einer Riesen-Auswahl.
I chose the recently-refurbished Hotel Seifert as part of a flight+hotel deal with Easyjet. Payment was online so there was no money to pay at the hotel. I was exceptionally impressed by the state of the hotel, and it was a pleasure to stay in. I would definitely go back again.
Just returned from Prague, 20-22nd Jan 2006. We caught a taxi to the hotel, cost 650 CZ, however caught the public transport systems back to the Airport, because we had used this over the weekend and realised it was very straight forward. The hotel is situated just outside the main town, but transport is very good, we used to get the bus 133 into the main town and then use either the Trams or the Metro. A day ticket to use these facilites is only 80CZ perday.