TripAdvisor Reviews Baraka Guesthouse Prague
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... boiled cabbage made up for any missing disgustingness as it was truly horrible, but that fortunately the dumplings were quite good. I asked why the menu was more expensive than what they were advertising, and apparently it's because it's one set of prices on the street, and another set of prices in the restaurant, which is fine but I felt a bit put out that they don't advertise both price lists. As we were eating, we got a nice lightning show in the background, ...
... because I could actually dance to it. I was starting to get tired of the typical European techno music they play at the club. If I can't dance to it, then it's no good, and I can't dance to techno.
After a fun evening, we all headed back to the hostel to get some sleep.
The next day, Matt and I hopped on a bus to go tour the Terezin concentration camp. Emma stayed in Prague to tour the Jewish Museum and The Old Jewish Cemetery.
... for an hour. So we decide to sit down and get some food. We set and chill and then end up having to rush for our train which leaves at 1.39pm. We get on and find people in our seats (we are glad we reserve!) so kick them out and sit back. We are sitting opposite each other so we don't know how we will watch a movie together so we just sit quietly for a while hoping people will get off soon.. We end up unable to watch a movie but it doesn't matter too much as it's not long before we arrive in ...
... went all the same. We ended up with an Australian guide who had lived in Prague for 2 years, chasing a Czech girl, to no avail, but stayed as he loved the city so much. He took us on another informative walk around the Old Town and explained all of the important history, buildings and people of the area. The tour started under the astronomical clock in the main square, built in the 1400's by a famous clock maker. It is really beautiful and displays the time, seasons, years and ...
... cabaret promoters, David dived into a bush and we met some people from Surrey.
This morning we checked out of our little apartment and made the trip back to the hostel, hoping that we would have beds there tonight (don't worry parents, they do). Henry complained again that he was hungry.
Today we are tired, but looking forward to exploring the city.
And Henry has had his breakfast.