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The drive to Prague and our hotel took most of the day. Negotiating big city traffic is not my idea of a good time and Prague is not a car-friendly town. The task was made much easier by the fact that Bruxi brought a GPS into which we could enter our destination address and it took us right there. GPS makes traveling so much easier.
We had …
Our second day in Prague took us to Old Town (Staré Mĕsto) and Josefov, the old Jewish quarter.
One of the highlights of Old Town is the Astronomical Clock on the side of the old town hall. The clock was built in 1410. There's a legend that the municipal council, upon seeing the end result and being very impressed, wanted to be sure …
... in. The gallery itself was small but I loved it. All the photos were in black and white and the photographer based his work on returning to your roots and showed people from Chernobyl restarting their lives and the chaos it caused for them. Along with the photos there was a short video.
After the gallery we shamefully got mcds again as Madz decided she wanted a McCafe cake and I couldn't walk into Maccys and not ...
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The architecture in the old town and Jewish quarter is amazing- mosaics in unexpected places; painted facades; etched walls; pretty colours everywhere. I love the unexpected humour you find in carved doors and on walls- I’ll try to include examples here.
Vafa find us the best bakery and coffee shop in Prague to spend our last crowns and we make our way back Wien, Austria and ‘The bells, Quasimoso, the ...
... br> We continue walking through the streets of Prague past the Powder Tower and through a shopping precinct until we arrive at the bottom of Vaclavske Namesti – (Wenceslas Square). It is still the place where the city’s heart beats most strongly. At the top of the Square is the statute of a horse and rider and round the bottom of the statute has become a shrine in memory of ex-president Haval who died in December. The area is ...
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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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