Hotel U Krale Jiriho (King George)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... Palace is remarkable because the complex stone vaulting system, built in the 15th century, spans 16 m. Leading into it is a riders' staircase, up which knights used to ride their horses to take part in jousting tournaments in the hall! Today it is still used for state ceremonial occasions. The rain eased so we could wander down the golden lane where artisans' dwellings were originally built up under a series of internal ...
The 14th century plagues and the 15th century wars provided the raw materials for the design and it is said that a blind monk started arranging the bones as a tribute to the church and miraculously gained back his sight by his work. The chandelier contains every bone of the human body.
... Various people (women mainly) have given different accounts but ... the over-riding theme suggested that many of the women weren't getting the beating they wanted.
I am Serious!!
One friend, in her 40's and without partner 'hired' a man from the village to come to her home and beat her. She explained that his performance, for which he received a couple of shots of alcohol, was a bit underwhelming and that far ...
... doorbell a couple more times. My desperate jamming came up successful, and yellow light painted the staircase that was previously black as the night we stood in. We We danced and cheered a bit, and once we were let in and checked in and all of our eggs were in order, we searched for the nearest food we could get our hands on. We were ravenous. After the meal of champions (all the Mexican food Prague had to offer), we crawled to bed in a room we could never imagine belonging to ...
... beautiful Prague was - seeing it all lit up at night was amazing. From there, Katy led us down the strip and into the Old Town. Similarly to a lot of the cities in Europe, Prague was filled with winding cobblestone streets. Our first stop in the Old Town was the famous Astronomical Clock. Unfortunately we didn't get to see the show it puts on as we didn't arrive there near the hour. Directly across from the clock was the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn. The two towers of the Gothic ...