Residence U Cerneho Orla
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... off the train we wondered around aimlessly trying to figure out how on earth we were meant to get to the hostel. After queuing at about 5 different ticket offices we eventually found the right one and bought underground and tram passes for the next few days. We made our way to Plus Prague hostel, which is so much better than the one in Berlin, and made ourselves at home. The next couple of hours we spent getting to know our room mates Eliza and Alex and I made ...
... in 2 doorways in the upper part. The ornate clock showing the time and the appropriate sign of the Zodiac is sited on the side of a huge tower (you can climb up the inside, but we haven't yet);
- Charles Bridge: the oldest of Prague's dozen or more bridges over the River Vltava, built under the reign of Czech King Charles IV between 1357 and 1402. Two towers were built to protect the bridge from each side, and around 30 or so huge stone sculptures, built over the next ...
... his scythe as people in front of him look terrified. It was so interesting and unexpected. This was like anything I have seen on my travels or in my life yet.
The next day I had 1000 czech crowns left to spend. I decided to take Nicolette out to the weirdest theater I have ever seen in my life. We made our way to the town center at night which was so much more breathtaking than during the day. Old town square on a Friday night is inexplicable ...
... colour. While I had been catching up on my sleep, the kids had been playing in the pool. Mel had mistaken Donny's skin cream for sunscreen and consequently he now glowed like a neon beacon in the dark.
I had no aftersun with me, but Zdena went for a traditional method of cooling the skin - applying natural yoghurt to it. I found this highly amusing, especially as the heat from his back actually curdled the yoghurt.
... for us. It is the Hotel Intercontinental and it is in the Jewish Quarter. Soon after checking in there we met our private guide in the lobby for a 2.5 hour tour of the Jewish Quarter.
During WWII the Czech Republic was taken quickly by the Germans so it managed to avoid getting bombed. Hitler used Prague's Jewish Quarter to store various Jewish artifacts from around Europe with the intention of creating a "museum of an extinct race". For this reason, many ...