Golden Sickle Hostel
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... our friends and find out the address at the hostel and got there around 12:15.
We then went for lunch, wandered around Prague a bit and walked up a massive hill to get to a really gorgeous castle and wandered around there for a bit.
Prague is so beautiful we are really glad we chose to come here.
... tasted, and the crackle was to die for. Sue had pork steak with roast potatoes, the whole meal including 2 beers & 2 bitter lemon cost $40aus. We slowly walked home and stopped for a glass of wine at a little bar near the Hotel.
Packing up this morning to catch our train to Berlin, loved Prague and would highly recommend to anyone. Our accommodation was first class which only helped to make it a most enjoyable stay. Stage 1 down, about 8 to go.
... to Prague the train was fairly empty and we had no problem finding seats. There was no signs informing us when we had crossed the border from Germany to the Czech Republic. The only thing that made us aware of the crossing was signs on buildings written in Czech. The countryside we passed through on the way to Prague was very pretty. Bathe train route between Dresden and Prague is supposed to be one of the more scenic routes in Europe and I can see why. We passed fields, ...
... What bad luck! We ended up just going with random lunch meals--Krisia had beef with this vegetable sauce, lemon, cranberries, and dumplings and I had this chicken dish with potatoes that reminded me of twice-baked and Abby went for a strawberry milkshake. The area is pretty tourist-y so we got to people watch since our table was outside. Abby noticed that bikes here for little kids don't have peddles and we saw a really ...