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Before I begin, I just want to say a massive thank you to Dr Baker, who did a sterling job of looking after me 24/7 in Vienna!
After what was one of the most uncomfortable train journeys of my life (which wasn't helped by a particularly odorous man who chose to sit in our compartment) we finally arrived in Prague and collapsed into our …
... I imagined a cop coming out of any corner to come get me. Arrest me and take me away for interrogation. But the cops never came. So we eased down a bit and ended up checking out the Bridge Tower, attended a private party in a Buddha Bar place and did some souvenir shopping before the night ended. Yesterday was possibly one of the craziest nights of my life and I am glad not to be in a government cell this morning. I hope to make it home without the security ...
We arrived in Prague last night about 9pm local time. After dropping our bags off at the hostel we headed into town for a drink. We got to the main square just before 11pm, just in time to hear the astronomical clock strike 11. The astronomical clock was first installed in 1410, making it the third oldest in the world & the oldest working astronomical clock.
From here we found somewhere down the side streets for a drink. We were a bit hungry ...
Well, that is what it was supposed to be like, but by the time the day was done, it had been another site seeing adventure and enjoy the events kinda day!
We again started our day off with lattes at Starbucks. Only this time, it was the Starbucks that Denise and Blair usually go to as part of their regular routines in the morning. Darn, I am going to have to remember to get a picture one of these days.
Then it was ...
... rail network is crazy expensive. So instead I used a website ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed