At the Old Lady (U stare pani)
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We had a nice cooked to order breakfast this morning. Service at this hotel is the best to date. We left the hotel and took a quick ride around the New Town (only 500 years old). We saw Wenceslas Square, some municipal buildings, Frank Gehry's Dancing House (aka "Fred and Ginger"). We started our walking tour in the Castle Quarter with our local guide about 10 AM. Every tourist in Prague had the ...
... went everywhere, Chanel, Chris and Phil saw the commotion and started screaming as well…was pretty amazing…other people started to scream as well with no idea why and Chanel started to blubber haha and didn't stop for another half an hour haha
Stories were shared, drinks were drank and photos were taken.
We moved onto the last place which happened to be a 5 storey nightclub. This place was not only huge but so hot and sweaty…. We danced ...
... Lovely big bathroom, nice big bed, which is soft and comfy unlike the last few we've had which felt as hard as the floor. And Alex has a bed in the sitting room area, which we can close off with big doors. There is a restaurant downstairs and a creperie in their second building around the corner. On the roof is a terrace with a swing seat, tables and chairs and lovely views of the Charles Bridge tower, Prague Castle and surrounding landmarks. After we finished ohh-ing and ...
... It is said that he placed the Bohemian crown on his head; old legends say that a usurper who places the crown on his head is doomed to die within a year. Less than a year after assuming power, on May 27, 1942, Heydrich was attacked by British-trained Czech soldiers while on his way to the Castle, and died of his wounds a week later. After the liberation of Czechoslovakia, it housed the offices of the communist Czechoslovak government. During the Velvet Revolution, Alexander ...
... and left it a little later, again it was blue skies and plenty warm sunshine, great you would think but no it seemed like every man and his dog was out walking backwards and forwards across the bridge, it took me one full hour to cross over and back, I still cant make up my mind if I enjoyed the experience or not, ok I did but only because I loved Prague, I think if I had to choose a European city to live in Prague would be right up there on the top ...