Hotel Venezia Old Town
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... s. A highlight was the wonderful view of the city we got from this vantage point and the leisurely stroll around the palace gardens at the end of the day. We saw the changing of the guards, a bit like at the Vatican and my favourite was visiting the Golden Street, a street full of 'little houses' that even I had to bob down to enter. Paul checked out the armoury house and I grabbed a couple of post cards in one of the many houses ...
Today we went back into the main old town area to explore its underground. We first went up the clock tower to see excellent views of the city. After that we went on a guided tour of the old town hall and its underground. Over half of the original town hall was destroyed at the end of the Second World War. Not much of the halls were left to look at but the underground was fascinating. Prague has a huge underground ...
two minute intervals and lasted for 9 hour stretches.
There are no words.
The exhibit itself was quite moving. Perhaps more moving was watching Czechs,
young and old, make their way through the exhibit solemnly and
deliberately. There were some students
groups too. It did not seem to me there
were many tourists. Many, many thanks
and congratulations to Pamet Naroda (Memory of Nation) for this.
... br> was the national museum. I entered this museum and it was another
interesting museum – lots of history was displayed here. After a
few hours of exploring the museum I left and continued to walk around
the outside square. I went back to the metro station and caught the
metro back to the main station. From here I walked around the old
Jewish area of the city. There was not much to see in the area as if
you wanted to see inside a ...
... the square. The hotel has 2 areas, one above the check-in counter and the other around the corner separated by a restaurant. Our section of the hotel appears to have a room per floor but we were not sure. Our room was quite large with old fashion double windows on 2 sides. The building is hundreds of years old and the story is that an executioner lived in the building frequenting the
tavern located there. You enter this hotel thru an old wood arched ...