Brewery Hotel U Medvidku
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Strahov Monastic Brewery, where monks became the first licensed brewers of beer in the Czech Republic - perhaps coincidently the biggest drinkers too!?
Another great location for some people watching or to see Prague by night, is the famous 14th century Charles Bridge, which connects the Old Town, with the Lesser Town / Prague Castle. With the Vltava River flowing underneath, this architectural beauty is a stunning landmark - definitely worth a visit. ...
... words which was frankly exhausting. These two rooms were both incredible and houses over 60,000 books dating from as far back at 1401. This is a link to the 40 gig photograph they took of the library. As of 2011 it is the largest indoor photograph ever taken. You can read the titles of the books when you zoom in. Bottom line these places were both really cool. As cool as ...
... other man and his dog, which resulted in us having to sit in the isles for a an hour. But all good, it gave us an excuse to start writing our blog for the day! We arrived back about 6 and were both feeling a bit peckish, so we went into the square where Katie had seen a desert restaurant she thought she would quite like to try. We found that, so we went and grabbed some diner, before returning and stuffing ourselves with ...
The pictures will speak for themselves, but in this timeframe I had:
-a drinking competition between czechs vs the world. Czechs surprisingly lost! The most drinker drank 6.5 Liters...I had about 5.5
- A successfull goodbye party at my apartment for ...
... we have seen so far as they had headphones set up so you could hear what each instrument sounded like. We walked to the restaurant for lunch and we were spread over 3 levels. Operation Uniform Four of us left for "Operation Uniform" Craig, Andy Chris and myself walked back down to the square and caught to cabs to the Czech bridge where bus three was waiting. We loaded all the students uniforms into the two taxis. I'm sure the taxi drivers thought it to be quite amusing. I managed ...