Capital Apartments Prague
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the corner from the old town. It was a pretty decent club. I had a couple more beers before I hit the dance floor. I stayed in the club for a few hours before deciding to stumble back to the hostel. The following morning I went downstairs to grab a bottle of water to rehydrate myself. Of course I should of known that the hostel doesn't have any bottles of water for sale. They just have a massive fridge filled with beer and that's it. If you want water or any other drinks you ...
... the apartment. Pudd is sitting outside cooling down while we wait for the train to leave. He's just tapped on the glass to tell me to take some photos so I will do with both the iPad (so I can attach them here) and camera. It's about an eight hour journey. The cabin is compact but has everything we need including space for our bags, a basin and three beds. It's a private cabin and we can lock the door so we should be secure. We leave in seven minutes. I'm ...
... but was good none the less. Back at the Hostel, we decided to meet Dan and dorm room Daniel joined to go out for a drink. Good night and then went back to the hostel to get some zzzzzzzzs before touristic activites the next day. The next day was just Al and I attempting to use a map and see what we could find. We bumped into an American choir in the morning performing at a small church in the Old Square. An acapella group that blew our minds! After the performance the day ...
... which would be a joke of course. That would have been a decision made for them, by the Russians, who inflicted on the Czechs, Poles, Rumanians and Hungarians their sub-standard rubbish in much the same way British Governments dispensed with their old war-surplus and sub-standard machinery and equipment throughout the 20th Century as well. But ... I distinctly recall a conversation in 1969 with Eduard Fischer when he said then (in 1969 this is) that the ...
... area underneath the castle. Saw loads of pretty buildings, canals and cute streets, as well as a dead swan and a moving sculpture of two guys *******, before coming back across the river over the famed Charles Bridge - which is one of the famous landmarks of Prague with its many many statues. The bridge is CRAWLING with people so it's really hard to move let alone get a good view or photo of anything. All of the cool shots you see of the bridge must be taken at like 4am. A lot of ...