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- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After a lengthy lunch we walked across the street to visit a private garden built into the hillside. There are 3 main terraces with hedges, flowers and fountains. From the top balcony one can see over the city.
We went on to the trolley to take us up to the top of the hill. I rode the trolley with Dieter and Inge while Dale and Elias walked up the footpath to the ...
... the history of Prague and some of the major points of interest. It is an exceptional way of learning about a city, and at the end of the tour your simply pay as much as you think it was worth. After the tour, we went to St Nicholas Church (the smaller one in the town square), where we watched another performance by the music tour group. The church was full and the sound was beautiful, with the ...
... performance Spartakiada which referred to the power and strength of the slave uprising led by Spartacus of old. No egos involved here! Little of this huge arena is still useable today.
OK... I'm sounding pretty negative here....
Once we got to the castle at the top of the hill (and the rain stopped) things started to look up. Yes there were way too many people but it was a pretty spot and the view was lovely. We wandered through St. Vitus ...
... downtown and find various entertaining things to do. One night we ate dinner at a place with a “caveman” theme; there were saber-tooth tiger skins on the walls, and there was even wooly mammoth on the menu (cryopreserved for millions of years and then reheated over the open fire with a touch of garlic). A different night at a traditional Czech restaurant I was served a mountain of salad and a giant portion of risotto, enough to feed a wooly ...
... headed down the road to a small open area bar/beer garden where we had a drink before heading to the Mexican restaurant next door for dinner. The restaurant was quite nice, then we decided to check out the "Bermuda Triangle" which is a few jazz clubs which are apparently very good. We checked one out for a drink and the band was quite good, despite being very young. I tried a "smoked beer" from a local craft brewery which tasted a lot like smoked ham (it was pretty ...