Royal Bellezza Apartments
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... stands and caricature drawing kiosks - kind of too bad that the tourism is so "right in your face." Ah, capitalism at its finest.
In the evening, we headed out for a walk around town. It really is nice to see all of the stalls selling food, thousands and thousands of people walking around, and all of the places to eat. One odd thing is that this city has more Italian places to eat than any city we have ever been in (and this ...
... Australian twang ( mikki and I are still a little shellshocked from the conversation !! ) haha ... It's easy to forget what we sound like !! Michaela So since then we have been and left prague and we're currently in Vienna. So re-cap of prague... In true Kathryn and michaela style, we hoped of the bus in the city centre and travelled in the complete oppressive direction for about an hour. Once realising our mistake we ...
... in which he has been drunk. I arrived in Prague in the early afternoon, and walked to my hostel – Hostel One Prague. I chilled at the hostel for a while till Cayle arrived. Cayle's a mate of mine from high school who is also travelling around Europe, and we had organised to meet in Prague to hang out for a few days. It was really good to have someone to travel alongside for a few days. That night, we headed out to Cross Club along with a few ...
... about Prague, we felt a little disappointed in ourselves for sacrificing a couple of nights in order to return to our optimum interrailing capacity (that is the ability to be productive no matter what level of hangover you may be experiencing). We pushed on with the productivity, minus the hangover.
Since we were so impressed by our Berlin walking tour (and quietly smug with ourselves for completing what was essentially a marathon to ...
That didn't matter, though, because we were still able to get some awesome photographs. And, yes, Ruth-Anne it did say no photography unless you had photo permission, which I did get! LOL...there was a guard looking out for this aspect of tourists, that is for sure.
Petrin Hill is also the site of a funicular railway (cable railway where a cable is attached to a tram vehicle ...