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We next arrived in Prague and headed straight to the hotel - the Hilton in Old Town Prague. This was the first "American" hotel we had stayed in and it felt a little bit like home. After a quick turn-around we headed out on the town to get some dinner. The first thing we noticed upon arriving in Prague was the language. Compared to the romantic languages of France and ...
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Places of Interest:
Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock (Staroměstské náměstí 1, 110 00 Praha 1)
... be cactus without our GPS! We headed off exploring! Once again Marky has managed to find a motel very near a lot of beautiful buildings and a famous castle. We crossed the Charles bridge and every few feet there were market stalls, artists and musicians! We decided we would go back for another look after dark as we had heard it all gets lit up! We weren't disappointed. See the photos! We have booked in for a 6hour tour of Prague tomorrow! (For the 'ultimate' tour ...
... waiting for us who whisked us to the Buddha Bar Hotel, a very short distance from the Old Town Square. The hotel rep gave us a tour of our room showing us all the bells & whistles, including a tv in the mirror at the foot of an exquisite dragon inlaid tub, a commode/bidet that has a remote control + our remote controlled drapes. Wow!! This place is amazing! The room number is an inlaid lighted glass mat at the foot of our door. The walls in the public ...
In the morning we went to the Jerusalem Synagogue which is one of the other synagogues in use today.
It was built in 1906.The synagogue is designed in Moorish Revival form with Art Nouveau decoration, especially in the interior. It was lately renovated and still serves religious purposes. After the Czech Republic became independent of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, it became more usual to call the synagogue the Jerusalem Street ...