Barcelo Old Town Praha
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... and the John Lennon wall. For lunch we stopped at a traditional Czech restaurant were I had goulash for the first time.
After lunch, Ashley had to catch her bus back to Vienna so I decided to continue on with Grant, Tess, Scott and Cass for the rest of the day. We walked around the city for a little while longer then the four of them decided to get foot massages. Thursday night we wanted to go to a restaurant called Parlament but they were completely ...
... could see why it is known as the city of 100 spires.
On the opposite hill there is a mini Eiffel tower built in 1891 to celebrate Prague hosting the World Exhibition. The original had been built in 1889 for the World Exhibition in Paris.
The one in Prague is higher above sea level than the one in Paris as it is on a hill. It is 63m high and the true Eiffel Tower is 324m.
Returning to the flat we went to the old city and walked down Paris Street , which since the end of ...
The night was ours to explore Prague more one of the boys in the group organised for those who wanted to go to a medieval castle and show. The show happened in between the courses and was extremely entertaining they had a band that played medieval instruments, fire dancers snake dancers and two actors who were rival pirates that had sword fights and were very physical! Typical to European main meals we had enormous proportions with bread and yummy dip to start, ...
... Czech Republic. We complied and had some of both which turned out to be delicious. This restaurant was the first I've been to that had a very limited vegeatarian menu but the food ended up being delicious. There were lots of potatoes cooked in many different ways and I loved them. They also served somethign called bread dumplings which were like the fluffiest piece of bread I'd ever had and they were nice and warm. Overall the resturant experience was ...
... and made it even better on other side of the world. The walk home was so beautiful and picturesque at night as well. The hotel water cut off for a few hours apparently only happens a few times a year normally in winter. We went to old town again and had a ham off the bone they have them on massive rotisseries along the side walks and got another massage. On our last day in New town and seeing the castle ...