Hotel U Krale Jiriho (King George)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... night. Continued on through the palace courtyards, now museums and where they train the horses for the Spanish Riding School to more of the Hofburg complex, now the Imperial Treasury, National Library and the home of the President of Austria. A lovely open area in front with parks before it continues through another set of arches to even more flash looking buildings. It was getting rather cold with a bitter wind getting up, so we went to check out ...
... Square you can easily get into the Front courtyard of Prague Castle by a gate decorated with statues of Fighting Giants and vases, guarded by two castle guards.
The Old Royal Palace (Starý královský palác) is part of the Prague Castle, Czech Republic. Its history dates back to the 12th century and it is designed in the Gothic and Renaissance ...
... in the Czech Republic, Cesky Krumlov. This town looks almost fake it is that picturesque. Old buildings everywhere, a castle on the hill and a river that runs through the centre. I know this sounds like most places in Europe but as you can see from the photo's, this little town is a gem. Another walking tour later and we had seen most of the sights, so we headed back to the hostel where we found a group of young Aussies drinking free beer from ...
... they saw, and they even showed pictures of the bodies all piled up - they just looked like skeletons with skin over the top. It's hard to believe something so horrible happened only in our Grandparents lifetime. And amazing how cruel and inhumane they treated the prisoners. We didn't have long to check out the camp as we had to leave at 12.30 to leave for Prague. We were a little annoyed at that, because we didn't get to see everything. I guess that's one of the downfalls of being on ...
... respectful of the other people in the room and luckily its just girls and no snorey lads! I was really shocked when I woke up at 8am this morning that no one was up yet! These are more our kind of people! Back to sleep I went!
When we eventually got up we strolled over to the beautiful Old Town Square where we stood amongst hoards of tourists all trying to photograph Prague's astronomical clock.
There was also a traditional Czech ...