Romantik Hotel U Raka
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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After our less-than-successful shopping trip, we came back to the hotel to get ready for going out. The plan was: dinner, pub, club. We made it to dinner ok. We had some buffet-style Indian food that was spices-spicy, but not hot-spicy. Also, it wasn't particularly ...
... attended and it appears to be an important part of Prague history.
The names, dates of birth and place of residence of over 80,000 Jews who were from Prague and who perished in WWII are recorded on the walls of the first synagogue. The work is massive, sobering and engaging. Other areas of this and other synagogues contain historical items of interest. Unfortunately, no photography or videos are allowed.
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After receiving news in the morning that Marc and Elle's flight to Prague was moved and they'd be arriving only around 8.30pm instead of in the early afternoon (a stuff up by their travel agent), we were a bit disappointed and set out to do some sightseeing on our own. We wandered around town to check out some of the main attractions and shops. Walking all the way past the Old Town Square to Charles' Bridge and over to the other side of town, we braved the heat and ...
The last couple of days have been slow and lazy. The weather finally started to turn (I can wear my jacket without sweating!) and the cold rain makes long naps sound even more appealing than before. We've been starting each day even later than usual because sleeping in is just sooooo nice. I still wake up really early in the morning for some reason and from my bed I can watch the city's colors change with the sunrise. When the orange hue finally fades I roll over and go ...
... was amazing news! After having spent a few great days with Rodrigo, I was definitely not ready to say goodbye to this great character and friend. He will come join me in Belgrade next weekend and we'll probably do: Sarajevo, Dubrovnik, Montenegro, and Sofia together. After lunch we spent a last few moments together in a nearby park with great views on the old city. I made it on time to catch my 5.39 train to Bratislava just to run into delay after delay. I'm happy ...