Residence La Fenice
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... bar on the water edge and watched the boats go by. Prague is easy to get around. Walking is the best option, but the trams and trains are well run too. The cobblestone streets and pavements are a bit ******* the feet but are in keeping with the old buildings. One of the biggest disappointments here is the amount of graffiti...it has really shocked me and spoils the look of many many beautiful buildings and ...
... nice enough...best part was the toilet that you 'flushed' with a footpedal, causing the bottom to open like a trapdoor. Not sure whether it went straight onto the tracks, bit it was pretty funny.
From the train station at Kutna Hora everyone was walking so we joined the train and headed off in search of the skull church. The church's graveyard was a sought after burial site, and during the thirty years’ war in the 17th century, the number of burials outgrew the ...
... goodness for the GPS. Phil has been doing a great job driving and if l say so myself me navigating!!!
Found our apartment which is on a busy street and then had to park the car in the next block. We would have been in trouble if we had a bigger car, its not so squeezy!! The car is staying there for 3 days as it is so busy in Prague and we don't need it anyway.
... the Church of St. Nicholas and admired its beautiful baroque architecture and the painting on its ceiling. At the top of the hill in the Castle complex, we walked by the palace of the President of the Czech Republic and the National Treasury, guarded by soldiers of the Elite Prague Palace Guard. Just as we arrived there, there was a changing of the guard ceremony, much like what you would see at Buckingham Palace in London. Near the palace, ...
... view. It was amazing! From this point the entire city is visible. Such a beautiful view indeed. From here we climbed all the way down the tower, and down the outer steps, and found a pub. In fact, we found a Medieval pub. Lit only by candles, this pub serves plates of meat and potatoes. Most often it is impossible to tell what it is that you are eating, but one things for sure.. It's tasty! Also, ...