Hotel 1. Republic
Travel Blogs from Prague
... cup of latte and orange-white chocolate cookies. We skipped dinner as we had eaten very late. There are things we haven't seen in Prague - there is a underground tour which cites everything that's below the ground - city below the city. And there is also lot of the European holocaust and Nazi history that we can see. Prague is a nice place - but it's very touristy with flocks of them all over the place. Prices are steep for a eastern European ...
... place' photos - some which may not be the typical photo you'd expect. Then on to Prague and our rather snazzy, fairly new hotel. We had dinner in the hotel and for the sake of keeping up my reputation with Sandra (!!!) I - and the rest of the people on my table - had a few attempts at getting a good photo of the drop dead gorgeous young chap who was in charge in the dining room. We could swear he's French judging by his lovely accent. It was pretty hard to get a sneaky photo due ...
... thing cause everyone speaks English. Hungarian is another but the Czech language is out of this world, good luck with that it's almost impossible to learn and once out of the centre of the city English is not common. We finished our trip in Prague arguably the favourite but one could be swayed to any of them.
Back to Canada, it will be great to come home to ...
... sleeping in, we headed out to find breakfast, a feat which, though time consuming, was well worth the effort. The coffee shop we found, which was the Czech equivalent to Starbucks, had fantastic muffins, and oh my goodness the mocha was heaven in a cup. I'm really not sure that I've ever had a mocha come even close to this deliciousness...I really wanted to bottle it up and bring it back with me to the US. Plus, the cup was HUGE! I mean, I think Bluestem cups are ...
... smell of whole ham legs cooking over an open flame and the smell of cinnamon pastry cooking over charcoal accompanied by jazz and classical music, you may start to get a feel for the atmosphere. After the main old town square, we headed off towards Wenceslas square. We then slowly wandered towards Charles bridge. Charles bridge is instantly recognisable from any part of prague once you know what ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services