Arpacay Backpackers Hostel Prague
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Great place to stay with a great atmosphere. Comfortable beds, good staff, and clean.
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Today is pretty chilled as I said. Check out was easy and breakfast was cool! We just stocked up from the supermarket for lunch on the trains. (Daim bar count - 7 in 4 days)
We're currently on a cool train in a little compartment going through the incredible German countryside! I think we're about half an hour south of Dresden going …
... is named, with birth and death dates. It will take more than six years to go through each name. So many families utterly destroyed. So many children, girls like Anne Frank trying to have a normal life. Living so far away, in our isolated continent, these events have had little, impact on our lives. We finished our day with a stroll through the Tiergarten as the sun went down (actually it was cloudy, no sun, but it was dusk). Watched red squirrels scuttle up ...
... interesting but oddly familiar portions of Old Prague. We soon noticed we were having flashbacks of our first and very drunk night in Praha. We found the bars we were at! Upon this discovery, Jared exclaimed, "I need to stop in Bombay, see if they have my card." He left his card in the bar, and didn't say anything about it until we saw it two days later! Long story short ...
... wandered through. And as this seems to be a popular tour, we were moved through on a time schedule.
We strolled through the massive gardens and copse of trees to what was once the greenhouse and is now a nicely appointed restaurant. Although I found the food to be only so-so, the setting was delicious.
Time to head back to Prague and it was now about 94 degrees farenheit at 3 p.m. withg mega humidity. Prague in July means staying moist.
... and left. A shame for a place most would say can take a few days to explore. It WAS beautiful and scenic,,,we just didn't know what we were looking at! We stopped for lunch in a small square (maltese sq) and had a lovely Czech lunch (beer, wine, meat in a gravy with dumplings) in a garden courtyard. A block behind us we found the John Lennon wall- a wall of art of Lennon and political graffiti since 1980. From there we made our way to ujezd road and ...