Hotel Selsky Dvur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and prearranged transport are all easily accessible. Having never been to Prague, we booked an airport transfer with Prague Airport Transfer. Highly recommended from TripAdvisor and more importantly the TA travel forum, we were met at the arrival hall and quickly whisked away by private car directly to our hotel. A review of Prague Airport Transfer and others will be coming in the next week, we'll post a link on the complete trip report. Meg and I ...
... the war. It's now the most affluent area in Prague. Funny how that happens huh! We ended our tour beside the river just after 3 hours of solid walking - we were well in need of food and cold water as it was so hot. Our guide recommended a good local restaurant with cheap Czech food and cheap beer...so the 4 of us headed there. It was downstairs into a cute little bar - bit of a hidden gem! There was no English menu, but thankfully the ...
... some interesting background on Jewish culture. By far the most memorable and heart wrenching though is the Pink Synagogue, which since WWII has served as a memorial to the tens of thousands of Bohemian and Moravian Jews who were victims of the Nazis. Almost 80,000 names are inscribed on the internal walls alongside their dates of birth and death (if known), and upon entering and seeing so many names, it really does stop you in your tracks. It is like a memorial for those whom ...
... inside the airport) is czech republic. I am in love with the city! The beer is so cheap (cheaper than water, they like to brag) and the people are very friendly. Asides from all the tourists I had a very pleasant stay and met even more lovely people. Even though im traveling alone I have never met so many people in such a short span of time in my life! I did 2 back to back tours, one of the famous castle and the next, a beer tour. The czechs really are proud of their beer, ...
In September I got an exciting and unexpected invite to join a team of BA and MA ceramics graduates from Wolverhampton University on their ceramics adventure in Kohoutov in Czech. 24hrs from receiving the invite I had a plane ticket, a hostel booked and a bag packed ready to go - no way I was going to miss an opportunity like that!
It was great to get back to Prague (4th time I've been) I was knackered from moving out of the cottage ...