Romantik Hotel U Raka
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... before real technology could help them. What ingenuity & imaginations they must have had! We had an hour to stroll around the area. Jim was craving nuts. We had not seen any anywhere in Prague but when we turned a corner, we discovered a nut shop--serendipity all over again! About that time the rains came & lasted the rest of the day. Upon our return to Prague, we purposely found a cafe in front of the astronomical clock so we could watch the 12 Apostles ...
Czech Republic A bit of history: Small landlocked country 10million people Capital is Prague Consisted of 3 historic lands, this the a kingdom of Bohemia: Bohemia, Moravia, and Slovakia This country was not seriously destroyed in the past. So what you see dates back to the late 1300s! 1000 years of Chech history of architecture. Prague divided into four parts Castle District Old Town Lesser Town: at foot of castle NEW Town: from 1300s (so much for ...
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... in Zurich was by far the most expensive, and we payed so much for breakfast we resolved not to eat out again for as long as we could hold out. Jack groans at the though of many more bread rolls, with cured meat and European cheese. We were too tired for much else than to walk around, marvelling at distant snowy Alps which ring the Lake, and sampling some chocolate in a chocolatier. Dinner consisted of Olives, and Food from the markets held every Wednesday in the ...
... comment: “After walking past these stalls, who wanted to eat all of that food? Okay, everybody? Well.. don’t! They are a rip off and you can get the exact same meal pretty much anywhere in Prague for half the price.” Perfect. We are such suckers. Maybe we aren’t so good at this travel thing. The first actual stop of our tour was the astronomical clock in the Old Town Square. It was built hundreds of years ago and still accurately ...