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... went to bed. 2 pages read, sleep is not an issue.
Alarm again set for 7am as we have a City Tour in the morning.
The Washerman - Who on earth pays the hotel to do your washing must be very rich or lazy.
It's a wee walk to the lift at the Hilton! - We are the room in red and opposite are the lifts.
The inner green part is the lobby which is open up to a glass roof on the 8th floor. It feels so open - but you have no idea what the actual ...
... The challenge was set the first afternoon after visiting the monastery and making our way through the giant park that covers one half of the hill Prague castle sits on coming to the foot of the Petrin observstion tower. Petrin tower was built just after the effel tower in Paris and looks very similar. It claims to be higher than the effel tower by virtue of sitting on the top of of the Petrin hill! The view from the top is incredible looking down onto Prague with fantastic views ...
... last few months - some that already felt vaguely familiar, as we had seen them as backgrounds behind her as she had face timed us from across the other side of the world. And suddenly we were there with her - seeing it all in person. The next few weeks we would spend in Eastern Europe with her - in Poland, the Czech Republic and Germany - exploring, having adventures and just enjoying being together before returning home together to ...
... take pictures. There were plenty of people selling drawings, paintings, and caricatures and playing music. It is definitely the focal point of Prague connecting the castle to the downtown area. I didn’t like it because it was too crowded. Imagine what it would be like in summer!
We walked into the old town to the big market square which has some of the other famous sights in Prague like the Astronomical Clock, the Old Town Hall and the Church of Our ...
... to Wenceslas Square in the 'new town' (not really new, with some 800 year old structures). The square is more like a boulevard and it has a lovely atmosphere. Prague is much easier to negotiate and more hospitable than Budapest, and is flooded with tourists. It's not as cheap as Budapest but not as expensive as western europe. I had some lunch (pork belly, horseradish cream, mustard and bread) with a pint of Czech pilsner ...