Hotel Hoffmeister & Spa
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... to use as a condiment, ranging from mild to hot. They only cost €2.50 ($3.75 CAD) for each sandwich, which we found to be quite a bargain. Leaving there, we headed across the square to a McDonald's for Courtney to get a chicken sandwich. In Germany they offer a few different sandwiches than back home, today Courtney ordered a salsa McChicken with had salsa and jalapeno peppers on it. We also ordered some sundaes for dessert as they only cost €1.00 each ($1.50 CAD). By ...
... her stables. If this horse does move, he is going to be in heaven going from this beat up old place, to Martinas stables (that I would even live in as a human). I am meeting up with Nikola tomorrow at lunch for my day off, goign to an outdoor concert with her, and possibly going out for my first night ever in Prague (I will have to take a taxi home though, so this should be interesting)! Anyway, that is a LOT of recapping. Here are some pics! ...
... the city seeing the Charles Bridge, the bridge towers, old town bridge tower, old town hall and astronomical clock / clock tower, Jewish quarter, old town square, Jan Hus statue, and Tyn church.
As many of our group head off with the guide to visit a local bar, some tour friends and I go in search of a classic jazz bar. Ever since our guide told me that Prague was the place for jazz bars I have been waiting out for a night ...
... their trip.
We devised a train schedule that would allow us usage of the train station first class lounge. We collected our bags and made our way to the train that would take us to the station with the free gummy bears. We had allowed ourselves a stay of two hours in the lounge. Much to our dismay the man told us that maximum stay time was an hour. What were we going to do for the hour in between lounge time and train time? Well, we actually ended ...
... and went to the Jewish Ghetto. Tickets were bit expensive so we just walked around the walls which surrounded the neighbourhood where Jews were confided before WW2. The main part I wanted to see was the Jewish Cemetery which is the most remarkable in Europe and results from numerous graves being stacked on top of each other due to the lack of space and a confusing array of head stones. There is a total of 12 layers of graves and could be as many as ...