Barcelo Old Town Praha
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... to orientate ourselves. In the exploration we found that we are staying in a very upmarket area and there is no shortage of amazing restaurants. We have eaten at local cafes and tried the Czech cuisine. Although it seems to be mainly heavy food with dumplings and potatoes it is very tasty and there is unlimited choice of different cuisine.
That evening we walked about 15mns to the Old Town thanks ...
... use a lot less cat food, haha. On friday my host was kind enough to invite me along to the opening of a museum exhibit in the neighboring town and it was so interesting, though I didnt understand very much. I was impressed by the symphony and the german opera singers, and there were also small plays. After 12 hours ( as I had been there all day) my head was filled with german!!
PRAGUE!!!The fourth european country I have encountered in my life (not counting the ones where ...
... over a million people. It is also clean...very few pieces of litter are on the ground. There is, however, much unsightly graffiti defacing beautiful doorways and walls. Trollies are not very noisy...no squealing brakes! We pass by the blackened Powder Tower on the short walk to Wenceslas Square. Our guide, Dagmar, tells us this is ...
... the river, and into the town. It's very warm today so we had to rehydrate along the river.
Absolutely exhausted tonight so it's going to be an early one.
Our hotel in Prague sits at the foot of the castle walls... so I have a fabulous view out my window from my comfy bed. It's a wonderful way to wake up this morning. At this very nice hotel, we have breakfast in the old cellars. The breakfast has many choices and good coffee.
Today we are headed with our group to the Communist Museum. We walk across the Charles Bridge once more to the Old Town Square which we must pass through to reach our ...