Golden Sickle Hostel
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... who created the Gollum, a man made from soil who protected the Jews ). After the museum, and free of the boys, we did some window shopping, first in a regular Western mall ( free toilets), and then along the alleyways and tourist shops in Old town, where we bought some colourful glass and crystal bottles. Then we retreated into a coffee shop in the Old Square, where we could snuggle up,to a heater and also see the Astronomical Clock. After the boys returned, ...
... beer prices!
We then walked back to the hotel for a lovely meal at the restaurant, which is outdoors on a terrace … high up on a hill overlooking the city, the view was spectacular.
Becky and I were very exhausted, only sleeping a couple of hours over the last couple of days, so we had a much needed night's rest, but woke up very early as we wanted to walk across the Charles Bridge near sunrise, as we heard this is the ...
... the map we had!
Haydns foot was not holding up so he & Will rested in the lounge while Lauren and I attempted car parking. We were gone for 1.5 hours. Tom Tom was no help, and we were completely lost (just for an hour or so).
With the car stopped we hiked back the Hostel and set out to find a way to see Prague without Haydn having to walk.
We found it!! The Big red Car! We paid the 1500 Koruna (about $25 ...
... Ležák 13°. Within minutes of sitting down, a waiter stopped by the table with a tray full of freshly-poured lager, passing them out to anyone who needed one. And, rest assured, when the mug ran dry, he was back in a flash with a new, frothy-headed glass. I, honestly, never ordered anything at this place. They just kept preemptively bringing me what I wanted. Glorious.
Afterward, we walked down the Vlatava River, passing the architectural oddity that is ...