The Mark Luxury Hotel Prague
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Conference facilities
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... you as much travel as you like within 90 minutes. As we were reaching our 90 minutes, we made our way back to the tram stop - much quieter this time! Back down on street level, we made our way back up the road to the Charles Bridge. This bridge was commissioned in 1357 to replace a previous bridge that was washed away in floods in 1342. Today it is a 500m long circus of people. Street sellers lining both sides and so many people that you cannot even see the bridge. Wow ...
... wanted to lye down. We then made the decision to get into Budapest early and get a train that was leaving at 15:39. We called our hotel in Budapest to see if they could get us in a day earlier but they were fully booked. I had a quick look on hotels.com to see if there was anything available and there was so Marc and I got a taxi to the train station and made it onto the train platform with 10 minutes to spare! (Mind you we went with a reputable taxi company and ...
... but they were still lovely and there were some great views over the city from various spots along the wall. The main cathedral up on the hill, St Vitus Cathedral, was especially impressive. It seemed very large from up on the hill, but later on in the day when we got a view of it from elsewhere in Prague, is when it was easy to see how it dwarfed the other (also large!) buildings on the top of the hill. Next we wandered down the hill and found St Nicholas cathedral. It still ...
... boom occurred from 1940-1945. We ended the tour at the ugliest building in Prague built by the Communists as a sign of progress and innovation. Or something. It is just ugly and stands out when compared to the unique architecture surrounding it. The ugly building is an Intercontinental hotel! Across the street, the KGB had offices to keep track of the guests there! When I least expect history, it flashes before my eyes! I walked around the Jewish quarter and immediately ...
... bags. The cleaner would be there but we were only allowed to drop off our bags there would be no checking in until the official time of 2:00 pm. It didn't matter that the cleaner would be finished by 10:00 am...nope, no way, no how, no key and no check in until 2:00 pm. We called the host and tried to convince her to let us check in at 1:00 pm but it was not going to happen. Maybe it's the prior communist "rules is rules" mindset but ...