Hotel U Zlateho Stromu
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and has no after taste at all. It has only been 26 years since the Iron Wall fell. During the Soviet reign people learned not to stand out, to be submissive. The older Czech people do not smile, their look is stern, but they are friendly. The younger generation is more outgoing but compared to the U.S. they are a whole lot quieter. No loud boom boxes anywhere and limited tattoos. A lot of tourists here, ...
... artistically creative, and wonderful people. The countries cities, monuments and buildings (and the beautiful women) will be what sticks with me most. I had great encountered with the locals, but since I was on the move so much, I feel that they were mostly too short to really take advantage of. I wish I could immerse myself in the cultures and people more, but that might take some time. Either way, I have absolutely nothing bad ...
... 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) ...
Our morning wake up call failed to come from the hotel this morning as was scheduled. But, we had our iPad and iPods set for 6:00 a.m. so all was well. We packed up our last minute things and put our bags out the door for the porter to collect and put on the coach. We met the girls in the lobby for 7:15 for our breakfast buffet. I must say that the meal this morning was much better than last night's sub standard buffet. There were even some German influenced dishes this morning, ...
... alarm for 5.30am so we could have breakfast when it opened, catch the metro and be in the city centre for an 8am Segway start. A well oiled plan...all except for getting lost trying to find the starting point and when we finally reached the office it was closed. It was a nightmare to find and was not user friendly. We ventured down the windy streets and eventually found a guy on a ...