Hotel Selsky Dvur
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... its surrounding area, has a serene, meditative quality, however its library is its most important feature, which comprises one of the oldest monastic collections in the country. The library is located in the theological and philosophical halls, and is over 800 years old. Despite ransacking by invading armies, it holds 16,000 books.
Prague Loreta is a holy shrine, called after the place in Italy, where the Casa Santa (Holy House) is ...
... br> We then ventured to try and find some breakfast away from the square given that we had not purchased the breakfast at the hostel and the food in the square was very expensive. We ran into an amazing archway called the powder gate which blended stunningly with the surrounding colourful buildings and was also medieval in type. It was out of the ordinary of the surroundings but truly stunning. We went from here to Subway so Dina could grab some breakfast and ...
... condition. A crucifix has been made from some of the charred timber and is a monument to those that lost their lives in 1945. There are the original 4 statues that were saved from the fire are on display in one of the underground rooms. They are too heavy to be placed on top of the tower, so have pride of place underground. The tour finished in a room where the original mosaics on the arched ceilings were protected by a layer of ...
... they wanted to use it as a background for a concert and before you couldn't see it in the dark. After this we walked to dinner which was included. We got veggie soup, a chicken Mignon like thing and ice cream for dessert, with 2 included beers. After dinner we caught a tram home and went to bed. Some of the others had a shot of ...
... it's many statues, climbed to Prague castle, looked out over Prague, wandered through the arty streets on the north bank of the river, the John Lennon wall, the Kafka museum, a contemporary art exhibition, a music and light festival, poked around some interesting shops and ate some wonderful food. We walked and walked and the best thing was having Tristan with us to share in the delights of this city and time to hear of his travelling adventures so ...