Residence U Cerneho Orla
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... discount airlines, they charge for everything. Fortunately, we checked in online, only had backpacks for luggage, and ate before the flight, so the only real way we felt "discount" was by the lack of legroom.
Upon arrival ...
... public transport system proved a winner. The trams are very modern and the underground Metro runs about every 2 minutes and is clear and quiet. A 90 minute ticket on all forms of transport for as many trips as you like costs about AUD$1.50 and a 24 hour ticket costs about AUD$5.
The food is much as you would expect a colder climate country to produce - heavy on beef, pork, chicken and duck dishes in rich sauces. There is also a strong ...
... WWII the Nazis used it as a concentration camp and ghetto. A very moving experience.
In the afternoon using public transport I took a ride into town to see the Dancing House, a modern building styled after the dancing Fred and Ginger by Architect Frank Ghery, and a ride up the funicular. The evening ended with a cultural dinner and entertainment. An 8 hour coach drive yesterday brought our group to Budapest to board our cruise ship the Travelmarvel Diamond.
... part of Europe. I watched a very impressive movie of his life which I found to be very interesting. I bought Yoshi's Art Nouveau calendar here and as few other memorabilia.
We headed down to Wenseslas square and then took a taxi to the castle and cathedral The Prague Cathedral is spectacular with wonderful stained glass much of which was designed by Mucha. He worked prolifically and had far reaching impact. We ...
... went straight to the St. Vitus Cathedral. This Cathedral was also absolutely gorgeous. It was massive and had been designed using Gothic architecture. I was impressed. I then bought a map and headed out to see the rest of the castle. I bought a "long tour" pass but the woman behind the counter was hesitant to sell it to me, assuring me that I would need to come back tomorrow. I visited the Old Royal ...