Spa Hotel Felicitas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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Early morning wake up call at 7 am. After a restless sleep .. Maybe too many wines last night and then we both had strange dreams breakfast was a resistable affair this morning thank goodness. Then ready for the bus at 0830. A very respectable time. Off we all went into Prague city centre with our local guide spouting dates and wars and facts left right and centre Very interesting facts about the time of communism when they were ...
... around you, the volume of your voice has not changed. You only hear the surrond-sound effect it in your own ears. We all had a go, and when it was my turn I was so shocked at the sound I heard that I accidentally swore. The group giggled at my reaction.
9) Lunch break at a pub. We tried honey cake, and Van & I shared a beer between ourselves (we were unlikely to finish an entire beer each on our own). We tried what Tijo said was the best beer available as it ...
... We were taken to the Jewish quarter and then onto a boat which took us up the Vltava. We went under the Charles bridge, it's the oldest bridge in Prague. Our 6 hour tour took 7 1/2 hours!!! We were really tired when we got back to the hotel. We must have walked miles. It was a very good tour but too long! After a catchup rest we headed out for some live music and a yummy tea. ...
... about 120,000 bodies, became very overcrowded. When they ran out of space they had to start burying the dead on top of each other. Some graves are 10 bodies deep. The cemetery is now one of the highest points in the old town. Ina told us the story of one unsung hero of WW2. A red cross worker by the name of Nicholas Winton. In 1938, when he was supposed to be on skiing holiday in Austria, he came to Prague at the request of a friend who was trying to help the ...
... when the war was over and would use the district as a museum of the extinct race. During the tour we met an Aussie girl and her brother. She had studied architecture so it was interesting to discuss the many different types you can see in Prague. The 4 main ones are Gothic, Romanesque, Baroque and Neoclassical. I am not so much a fan of Neoclassical but I love Romanesque and especially Gothic - they remind me of all the fairy tales I have read.