Hotel 1. Republic
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... Charles bridge, Charles bridge museum, and walked around the old town district. We stopped by the Hard Rock Cafe and then grabbed a sausage dinner from street vendors. Day three: On the third day we started off by looking at the municipal building (famous for its art nouveau) and watching the famous clock in the town square strike the hour with its moving figures. Then we went to the Jan Hus monument, St. Nicholas church (a second one- confusing, I ...
... pre booked. Turns out we hadn't actually booked that hostel, but the one we had wasn't far away... Only slightly embarrassing trying to convince the guy that worked there that we had a booking. After settling in to our actual hostel, which was conveniently and insanely central, we got straight into the sightseeing to discover Prague's beauty.
We explored the main square consisting of three Cathedrals and numerous other ...
... built and also served as the burial society (Jews could not be buried outside of the ghetto, so most grave sites at the cemeteries are 10 bodies deep). The Klausen also had a Jewish cultural museum inside, so we learned abput various holidays, customs, traditions etc.. From the Jewish quarter we popped over to the museum of decorative arts which housed everything from Bohemian glass and 19th century clothing to a modern exhibition on Spanish design. Part of ...
... on the citz as well. i love those walking tours. thez are free of charge and then at the end, the tourguide accepts tips. its kind of nice zou can provide them with what zou feel the tour was worth, wich most of the time is absolutelz worth 10 euros or so for a good 4 hour tour. after the walking tour, i went out on the pub crawl that same evening and had an amaying time hanging out with some new found friends and seeing some of the ...
... hole very close to home. We spent a night out on the town, in which my dad treated to me to the opera. The female vocalist was superb, as were the strings.
Tonight, I will spend my last night in Prague before heading off to Vienna in the morning. I want to say thank you to my dad, who took the time to travel with his son for a few days, and my mother for being supportive while we stumble about thousands of miles away. Two weeks remaining..Cheers! ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed