Arpacay Backpackers Hostel Prague
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCaladh Sona Port Ellen
Great place to stay with a great atmosphere. Comfortable beds, good staff, and clean.
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... and open fields. It appeared to be pastures rather than crops although didn't spot any stock in the early parts. We went past a grain crop as we approached Benesov u Prahy. A bit town with industrial areas on both sides of the town.
There was an announcement about our train. We thought that thee would be a change to a bus part way through the trip. This was confirmed when we were on the train. Due to track work, all passengers were required to disembark ...
... the energy of the crowds in the squares and meandering down the cobblestone streets. Also important to note: beer really is cheaper than water! Today is the first day where I will be on my own for most of the day; Kim and Jas got up early to see Prague Castle before heading out on a tour of Kutna Hora, while I haven't decided quite yet what I'm going to do! The first thing, though, will be to buy shoes... I've done quite a number to my feet in the past few ...
... I could of spent all day looking at the wall and exploring all that is currently written on it. We did find an elephant as well!
After the wall we walked back over Charles bridge which was lovely and provided great views and some great photographs. One of the girls has always wanted to go to Prague so we had a mini photo shot of her on the bridge one of her ultimate destinations in the world! We walked back into the main square to met up with the rest of ...
... bridge. From here we had lunch (this time pork knuckle, really yum) and a beer at wicked restaurant on the way to the castle. We climbed the 287 steps up the castles tower for the view over Prague, breathtaking! Then we went inside the cathedral and were stunned by the colored mosaic stain glassed windows. Next stop was to wet the throat at a micro brewery at the monestry where history dates the ...
... Chaz and Gavan (Kansas), and Laurissa (Toronto) and then headed for the castle. Even though I like a good walk, we hopped on a tram to bring us right to the top. We got off the tram and headed into the castle. The day before the cathedral had closed at 3pm, and as it was 2:45pm we thought we were going to miss out. But for some reason on this day it was open until 4:30pm. It seems it's a different time every day. So we got some tickets and headed into St ...