Prague City Apartments Residence Brehova
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... to get some local knowledge from the guide as to where to go for dinner.A quick stop for a hot chocolate and a swirly donut thing before heading home for a bit of relaxation.For dinner we headed away from the city to our guide’s recommendation, called “a rose in the garden” what we found though was more like smoke on the water. Being Europe it is still legal to smoke in restaurants and being cold out there was zero ventilation. It took all ...
... I will almost certainly take them up on.
The city of Prague is beautiful, though completely saturated with tourists. It wasn’t until last night that I had a full conversation with a Czech person. I definitely had an international experience, but certainly not a Czech one. Five nights may have been too long to be in the center of it all, constantly berated by men and women selling drugs and sex.
It didn’t ...
The tour lasted from 9:30 AM until 2:30 PM and we were never given an opportunity to have lunch. At the end of our tour at the prison, my Grandpa stepped inside to use the bathroom and the guide continued on without him. We headed all the way back to the bus without him. Luckily my Mom found out where we were going and went back for him, but I think that the guide should have been paying more attention to who was missing from his ...
... pre-fabricated concrete. An awful lot were built and they certainly fitted the Soviet philosophy of equality since they managed to make nearly everyone who lived in them feel really bad. Cold, inefficient, ugly, grey and just ... well awful, the panelaks sprung all around the outer rim of Prague and every other Soviet controlled city and town, blighting the landscape with regular monotony, monotony being the key word here.
In the post-Velvet Revolution ...
... There is only one type of beer that they serve which is brewed in house. The beer was dark, smooth and delicious.
After the pub, Marek left us and we decided to some dinner at one of his recommended restaurants, Volkkovna, in Old Town. The place was busy so we got seated on high tables near the front of the restaurants. The guys ordered their 1L beers and I ordered a regular pint of the Pilsner Irquell. I ordered baby back ...