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Post Prague Note: For me this was the favourite city of the lot, as i mentioned already, the relaxed nature of the people and how chill they are on marijuana. Also the best group of employees at that hostel, charles bridge hostel was ******* sick, cheap as **** and everything you could need. Prague is deffinately somewhere i would like to revisit though, and best thing is we never anticipated going there, best thing about organising as you go.
... 1:00 am and opens at 5:30 am) so I shared a cab with three friends to get back to my apartment. I find the taxis in Paris to be ridiculously expensive, but if you share with others it’s usually not too bad. That being said, don’t ever share with strangers (haven’t you seen Taken?) and make sure you have an idea of where you’re going so the cab driver doesn’t take the long way on purpose. That was travel tip #5. And that about sums up my experience in ...
... br> vowels. It was also a city greatly affected during World War II, being one of the first victims to Hitler's Nazi regime. It is said that the entire city was going to be set up to be a museum to the “extinct” Jewish race.
After a short bus ride from Berlin, we arrived at the Plus Prague hostel, probably one of the nicer hostels we've stayed in. With the warm weather rolling in, we only had ...
... This, like a lot of the cities in Europe, are mostly devoid of skyscrapers and it only adds to the charm and beauty of these old cities. So, about the cold showers. They've been working on the water mains in front of our hostel since we've gotten here, so we've had no hot water. Washing my hair in a cold shower was so horrible, but at least we've gotten to see the sights of Prague. We're off to Vienna tomorrow, but only for a night and then it's off to ...
So we have made it across another border, we are now in Prague, Czech Republic.
We took the scenic route into CZ, avoiding Tolls and Motorways along the way,
there are some amazing views to be had along the way from Dresden to
the Border and beyond, we climbed 1000 ft above where we stayed
previously which Rupert copped with well again, the roads were fairly
quite also being a ...