Hotel U Krale Jiriho (King George)
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... walking. Guys went to a model shop while Inge and I strolled arm in arm thru the old city. Very European I must say.
We found some chocolates at a little shop I remembered from other trips, then sat down in an outdoor restaurant at the square. We were enjoying our cappuccinos when the guys walked up.
Off to dinner back at the Café Slavia then a night walk across the bridge. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Br ...
... inhuman artefacts, from devices designed to crush bones, break knuckles, pierce arteries and tear flesh. As one might expect, several were dedicated to the sexual organs. I felt particularly sorry for women who had looked at another man in a ‘suspicious manner’, the punishment for which was to have a chafing metallic chastity belt attached for long periods. It seemed to me like a jealous husband could have brought out any old accusation whenever the wife displeased ...
... Even when I’m on a night out, having a blast with my mates, I’m still texting different people and deciding which girl to chase at a bar. I’m so terrified of missing out on potential opportunities that may or may not develop, that I’m never actually present in the wonderful gift that is the present.
I found this particularly difficult to swallow at first. I have always loved the popularity of art in the ...
... in gothic St. Vitus Cathedral
as are other kings and Czech saints. Poor Wenceslas was murdered by his brother – but that was years after his mother murdered his grandmother. One big happy dysfunctional family. By this point, it had begun to rain. It showered off and on as we strolled around the castle complex and toured St. Vitus. Finally it was time for the changing of the guard and our tour of ...
... do it would be in Vienna, Austria!! So after talking to the guy from the embassy (not even in person, we had to talk on the phone from reception!) he said we should be able to notify them online that we couldn't vote, so we headed off to find somewhere with wifi to do this from. We walked up the street and went to a little cafe called Follow Me, where we got a drink and some food and used the wifi. Darren got some oatmeal, and I got a croissant, which I had to wait ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed