Residence Leon D'Oro
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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidence Leon D'Oro Prague
Quite a roomy place with a kitchenette. In a central place when you want to play a basic tourist.
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... were giving out samples of fudge - Lets just say that Grant and I had our fair share of fudge - aka A LOT of fudge. The castle was absolutely beautiful! We also saw the changing of their guards which was interesting. The castle also had a beautiful view of Prague. We then made our way up to the Strahov Monastery for lunch and a few beers. I had goulash soup in a bread bowl - I figured I was on a roll and had to order it. I was then off to the train station to ...
... cattle in time for changing of guards, showy ceremony with brass band. St Vitus Cathedral with tiny door in side for prison (?), Wenceslas’ vineyard, across bridge and past Josefov to town square in time for clock to strike on the hour. Lunch in student cafe, bye to Krystof, ticket for Prago Union. To Lucie’s work at kindergarten, 2 hours in Mammut climbing wall out of centre, leading up to 5+. Back to B’s to change, drop bags, in to ...
... beauty of Prague though is that it's like the pretty high school girl that knows she is hot and doesn't have to try and develop a personality to attract the boys. Much in the same manner, the architecture of Prague is something that everybody wants to come and see and the local businesses know the tourists will always be there regardless of the quality of service and costs.
The result is that it's almost impossible to find a shred of ...
... of some free ones. The train was a little odd in that all of the seats were in groups of four, but without the table in the middle that we are so used to in England. Instead there was a little personal table, folded down to the side that just got in the way when you wanted to cross your legs!
It was a pretty uneventful journey, minus the 3 VERY English girls sitting next to us, who were insanely loud and had massive suitcases whilst "interrailing" ...
... right by our hotel where it was 'cook your own meat chunks' on a grill and a vent leading up. As you sit across from each other with the grill in the middle, and the vent squarely between your faces, you have a lovely meal with a vent.
The restaurant was complete with fag smoke, and a dog. The meat was lovely.
The Cheap beer was close to the same as what you would pay in the UK, the only difference is the top ...