B&B U Oty
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We woke up from our hard bed, ready to visit Prague for the day. After taking a shower, we went upstairs to meet Ota and have breakfast. We had a wonderful meal of cheese, bread, yoghurt and coffee and we were full. We were told about a riverside market and beer festival, so we decided to check it out.
We had caught …
... our way into Starbucks which is where everyone goes to get free Internet, as long as you purchase something, hence Paul grabbed himself a coffee.
Danita has seen many Starbucks and does not buy anything and slips into the toilet after someone else as you need the code from your receipt to enter!
Still raining so we thought it might be a good idea to head home slowly after still managing to take a million more photos of Prague.
While we were ...
... it was a real treat to have cream cheese and blueberry!
Most of our city touring centered around the Old Town Square. It was surrounded by old buildings and in the middle of the square was home to street performers being statues or singing or doing magic tricks. I was attacked by a man dressed as an elephant here, but at least he hit Katie with his trunk to make me feel better about the heart attack he gave me. We walked along famed St. Charles Bridge ...
... Fabien and was ALSO from Bordeaux! Fabien had just come from a friend’s vineyard, and is touring around for a couple of months before he starts his new job in France. After the end of the tour, we decided to go back through the Jewish district and explore the synagogues we had seen. We entered the Pink Synagogue, which had the names of every Jew from the Czech Republic that had been killed in the holocaust. The names filled every room ...
... he didnt have a room or bed for us. He told us that a large group of Polish women had booked the entire hostel and didnt want to share it with anyone else. He really wanted us to stay there and said that the women were a big pain in his ass. He let us use the bathroom since the women were not at the hostel at the moment. He also told us of a couple of hotels we could stay at in town. One was on the Poilsh side, or we could walk across the bridge about twenty minutes and stay on ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsB&B U Oty Prague
Great Breakfast. Ota is an interesting host and will keep you entertained.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.