Royal Residence Ungelt
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... a joy to experience.
The Fledermaus opera was lighhearted and fun, and the scenery quite sublime. The dance ball scene was especially pretty and I although I love the vocal abilities of opera stars, the acting and dance in this scene was rather impressive too!
December 10 was spent mostly at the Prague castle and the Prague castle neighbourhood. It is a vast complex, and cannot be explored in a single day. I enjoyed ...
... can be learned just from a tour of this one church. It took nearly a thousand years to finish - only being completed in the early 1900s. (Kelley doesn't know much of the history, as she kept taking off her headset to take pictures.)
After the church we made our way to the Royal Palace. It had a main hall that was large enough to host jousting knights on horseback at one time! Afterwards we strolled through some of the courtyards ...
... 15 CAD! After the bridge we made our way to Kampa Park and went to the Kampa Museum of Modern Art. They had some really neat pieces and we were allowed to take pictures. On the way to Kampa Park we got to witness the arrival of the motorcade for the President of Switzerland to the Swiss Embassy. We wandered down Nerudova Street-well known because at one time all of the houses/business were addressed with pictures instead of ...
... no where in the description of there it was going did it say anything about Krakow (or anywhere in Poland for that matter). I found the board with the car make up of the train, and it seemed like the last 3-4 cars were destined for Krakow, while the rest where heading to Slovakia somewhere. I'm not sure how that works, perhaps we were detached somewhere along the way and attached to another train. Either way, it was the right train, ...
... ticket inspectors).
We only had 3 nights here so had to think of ways to make the most of our limited time. We spent the first night catching up with some Busabout friends at a Mexican restaurant - very authentic I know. But the next day we got right into it! We joined a 6 hour walking tour of the city - that included a 50 minute boat trip up the river, a 3 course lunch, and tram up to Prague Castle all for 600kc (or about 25 Euros). The weather was ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed