TripAdvisor Reviews Mihael Pension Prague
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... it really sucks when it comes to driving to the hotel and parking the car. We had booked a night of private parking but we had no idea where the garage/lot was until we talked with hotel staff which required parking the car, .... In the end, we put it in a resident only location and kept the car attended while checking with hotel staff. They had us loop the square for the third time so they could extract our bags and tell us where ...
... s changed a lot
New office and apartment buildings
In various states of completion
But we locate the Lida
And it's hidden behind a wall
Which opens into a rambling 1/2 new and 1/2 old
It's decoration is eclectic, open and bright
And it's love at first site
Our room is bright with nearly a wall of windows
And bright yellow bed linens
And a clear glass shower
And host Jan is smiling, effusive and welcoming
... a height of 44 metres and the view was well worth the climb up the narrow, well-worn circular staircase. The evening light was good for photos. After descending the tower, we were entertained by a busker playing music on wine glasses which had been filled with different levels of water.
Weather slightly overcast but mild. Went to the Prague Castle, had tickets to go to the Lobkowicz Palace. Visited the Museum and attended a Lunch Concert (piano and viola) playing Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, Smetana and more. Very enjoyable. Had a small lunch and then walked through the Golden Lane. Went back to the hotel, relaxed, then had Apero in the Executive lounge. Went to Old Town for dinner. Food is cheap but mediocre, drinks cheep too but good, especially the ...
... my phone, but no way of printing it. I went to the train station and tried everything I could think of. One woman was incredibly helpful, and even took my phone into the back to try to plug it into her boss’s printer with the USB cord to print it directly, and left me her phone as collateral. When none of that worked, 7 minutes before the train pulled out, I had to buy a new ticket. It was a painful $85 mistake, and probably not the best ...