Brewery Hotel U Medvidku
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were not part of the original design but added centuries later as part of the Austrian Hasburgs attempts to convert skeptical Czechs to Catholicism. While on the bridge we rubbed the bronze plaque on the statue of St John of Nepomuk in the hopes that the legend would come true and one day we will both return to Prague. From the Charles Bridge we continued on into the Old Town Square and spent the afternoon wandering the cobblestone streets of Staré Mesto (old town) ...
... has been a tavern since the 1500's. After the lunch we checked out the astronomical clock on the old town hall.
There was an endless supply of scenes to be photographed and our tour guide made the history of Bohemia Come alive. Alex had excellent English and we learned that he has been studying at the University of Sterling in Scotland. This guy knew his stuff, he was funny and great to talk with one on one.
The tour began at ...
... surveillance that the old SB could only dream of !
After this fascinating seminar, we enjoyed a beautiful walk through Old Town for lunch and ice cream, and then broke up into two groups to take a guided and VERY informational tour through the Jewish Quarter of Prague. Both groups' guides were incredibly knowledgable, and we learned an amazing amount as we walked through the five synagogues (both functional and those that had been turned into ...
The train trip was reasonably uneventful, except for Narelle being pulled up by the German Police when she got out for a cigarette at the early morning stop. It seems smoking on the platform is a fineable offence in Germany. Sometimes being foreign has its benefits. The train arrived in Prague around 10 am, about 15 mins late. This is not a concern at the moment but in a couple of nights we have to change trains en-route and only have 15 ...
... dancing like crazy. Now it's not dancing like it is in the US. Here it's people don't care about anything and do what they want on the dance floor. It made for an amazing experience. Melissa danced with a few different people. Akansha tried not to dance with anyone but us and I danced briefly with some dude who spoke zero to no English, but thought my name was Kitten and made intensely uncomfortable eye contact. That didn't last long before I was escaping to another area of ...