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TravelPod Member ReviewsAparthotel Sibelius Prague
An apartment hotel so we had a fully furnished kitchen with living area and separate bedroom. Our stay was short and we were offered a great rate - competitive with a much smaller hotel room. If you're looking for a full service hotel with concierge, lobby, bar, restaurant, gift shop, lots of staff and full facilities you'll be unhappy here. For what it is, an apartment hotel, it was great. I would happily stay here again.
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... be here. We were starving so had a fabulous Czech meal then hit the streets. It was overcast and a little rainy yesterday but today the sun came out and everything looked amazing. Swarms of tourists once again... Pity I'm such a sook for warm weather. Perhaps in the cooler months it may be less crowded. We performed our now well practiced routine. Walk, drink, eat, browse, explore repeat. I have attached some pics from the day today ...
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... we passed with flying colours hehe. From there we wandered to the Hunger wall (sobering) and then we took a ride up the funicular to Petrin hill hoping to see a good view of the city...actually it was a bit of a fizzler...especially when walking down took nearly an hour with little view to be seen at all! After that it was a walk back to the Old town to take a wander around the Jewish museum...heaps to take in and ponder on. The cemetery was of course ...
... for its gingerbread shops which dates back to 1610. Wandered along the cobbled street markets observing the fine fares on offer. The Frauenkirche ("Church of Our Lady") is also located in the haupmrkt. It stands on the eastern side of the main market. An example of brick Gothic architecture, it was built on the initiative of Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor between 1352 and 1362. The church contains many sculptures, some of them heavily ...
... and forth like a Kewpie doll from one girl to the next all the while managing to keep the rest of his body statue still. Pretty funny!
From the castle we wandered down Nerudova, a cobblestone street used by royalty as they made their way to the castle to be crowned. Palaces line the street, the work of 17th and 18th century masters. Many of the buildings have a name which can be figured out if you look at the design carved above the door.