Hotel Zamek Stirin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Zamek Stirin Prague
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... knuckle!!!) and over 1000 beers to choose from...but 6 rotating on tap which made the choice a lot easier. After fuelling up we met the hens at hooters before pub crawling around prague. Being their first time we bypassed some of the main attractions, but really it was about the pubs. After a good 6 hours, and a bottle of gin for Jen, we were back off to the bus station for a long overnight bus to Geneva. But to ensure we didn't starve we headed back AGAIN to Pivovarsky and ...
... we dropped our souvenirs off at the hotel & walked to our meeting point in Wenceslaus Square. We shared the trip with a handful of Americans & a few Italians-just the right number. It took about 1 1/2 hour to get to the ossuary. It is world famous for the 40,000 bones stacked in pyramids which had been dug up to make room for the deaths due to the Black Plague. More graves were dug over the centuries whose bones a monk used in the 1800's to decorate ...
... that is what they eat) and other staple foods. The meals are cheap and cheerful. You can get a good meal for about 10 to 12 dollars. Bit ******* Jean though as the vegetarian meals are not big on the menus.
Our apartment is about 10 minutes walk to the Old Square, 15 to Wenceslas Square and 5 to the Charles Bridge, so it is in a very good position. The outside of the apartment block is ...
... the important places and monuments as per usual which was great!
Now the cool part of the tour was taking a 15 minute ride on a tram to a nuclear bunker! A fallout shelter in case of a nuclear bomb attack! It is underground below a park and was built in the 1950’s. Built for 2500 people to live in it for 2.5 weeks, then they can make a run to a safe area. Has ...
... to see the view of the city before going for lunch. The top of the hill had a church call "St. Nicholas Church". There was an attached restaurant with a terrace over looking the city. The hill also had small walking trails for people to get closer in touch with nature within the city.
We passed by Charles Bridge and a bunch of shops just after. The bridge itself was full of artist selling goods and performing. It was pretty entertaining to just walk across. The shops ...