Residence Vitkova Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the river on Karlov Most bridge but almost as soon as we sat down the heavens opened so we're forced inside where bedlam ensued, agreed to maybe try elsewhere. Day 4 - The Afternoon exploring We find an outside cafe along the street from the bridge towards the Astronomical Clock, that seems dandy. Prague is manic, being a Saturday it is a slightly overpowering melody of tourists, stag nights and locals, as we sit down we watch the waves ...
... vessels stick to the left of the river, the larger vessels to the right. All of this took place on the bottom side of the weir that runs across the whole river. There were other smaller boats, and those clear plastic Coca-Cola balls that used to be in the ads years ago also for hire, but they were much further up the river.
We pedalled this way and that, enjoying the sunshine. It was so nice that we decided to have our lunch on the water, ...
... far from a pleasant reminder. I can't believe we ever tolerated smoking in these public areas.
Sixth Impressions- Even in the heart of Europe, I can't get into the classics. DH pulled rank and forced me to buy tickets to The Old Prague Music Ensemble Christmas Concert. Her evil plan, as it turns out, was to force me to applaud an endless series of classical music pieces by taking me to see an orchestra held in the unheated St Grieves Basilica (applauding was ...
... that I'm sure hasn't been proceeded properly at this time. I know when I get home I'm going to crash hard, I can feel it in my body and mind. Thankfully I've taken.... thousands of photos (Anne!) that will help me process it all and allow me to decipher what I actually have done. I'm proud of myself, I really am, that I not only tackled any fears I had and 'accomplished' what I set out to do, but that 'I' created this for myself ...
... and tasty Czech cuisine. Then off to the theatre. This was one of life's experiences - listening to the music of Smetana, Mozart, Grieg and Dvorak in a glorious concert hall in Prague. Ahhhh! The very talented chamber orchestra started with one of our favourites, Smetana's Die Moldau, written about the beautiful river we were staying on, and passing over several times a day. Our last day in Prague was spent visiting the Jewish Quarter or Josefov, beginning with the Jewish Museum. ...