Dizzy Daisy Hostel Praha
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... since we left.
After seeing the building we walked across the bridge to the other side of the Vitava River. It was another beautiful day and we walked along the river bank enjoying the sunshine. We walked past a museum with sculpture in the garden and on to the Charles Bridge.
Everyone was getting hungry so we walked across it and went to this restaurant called Mistral that Mum had read about. It had a playroom so we were happy and Mum got talking ...
... than an afternoon in France.
Since arriving in Prague we've managed to check in...great hotel actually right in Wenceslas Square, had a bus tour of town (including the Castle) and just back from a black light show. A number of people had told us about the black light shows being traditional Czech, hard to explain but the stage hands in black use props that are cleverly lit. See 'angry bird' prop with audience members after the ...
... lovely, very big with beautiful stained glass windows everywhere. We wandered on through other areas of the castle including the torture chamber, which was all the more interesting after yesterday's visit to the torture museum, as we now know what each device was used for. We stopped for a hot chocolate and a Czech treat called Trdelník, which is a tubular piece of dough baked then rolled in walnuts, cinnamon and sugar. It was nice, not quite like ...
... into the city in search of a movie theatre. We really wanted to see the new Disney movie called Frozen. Of course we fell into H&M again on the way, but finally found a groovy place called Cinema City, and they even had it in 3D English. So lucky we didn’t get one dubbed in Czech! We had one hour to grab dinner, and I’m ashamed to say we had MacDonald’s. Some differences to note would be the McCountry burger with pork, the fact the apple pies are ...
... to try and sleep off the gastro.
Day 2 in Prague I woke up still feeling sick. I had planned to meet up with Tracey to do some site seeing but I cancelled on her and decided to stay in bed. I finally got up in the late afternoon, walked around the dodgy block that my hostel was located on and took a few photos then it started to rain so I waddled home and went back to bed. I got a message from Tracey that evening and met her for some Chinese ...