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Got up early to catch the train to
Prague. Actually, we thought we were getting a bus and were quite
surprised to learn that we were getting a train instead. No matter!
The journey was about 4.5 hours, during which time a got through a
fair chunk of 1Q84. Arrived in Prague to a beautiful afternoon. We
... There is only one type of beer that they serve which is brewed in house. The beer was dark, smooth and delicious.
After the pub, Marek left us and we decided to some dinner at one of his recommended restaurants, Volkkovna, in Old Town. The place was busy so we got seated on high tables near the front of the restaurants. The guys ordered their 1L beers and I ordered a regular pint of the Pilsner Irquell. I ordered baby back ...
... my backpack into a quieter neighborhood along clean (!) streets, red candy streetcars passed every few minutes. Loud click-ticking stoplights meant business. I was a walking baked potato but so happy to be here.
The LOFT apartment is a penthouse at the top of one an 18th century apartment building. We have two bedrooms, one on the LOFT floor, up a little staircase. All the windows are on a slant - roof, natch, and the view ...
... very impressive). We enjoyed their company in the small dose, and moved on to venture into the Prague streets and to find an ATM. This currency exchange was great and unbelievably cheap cheap! On the streets, the weather was very hot and there was construction surrounding the hostel’s district. We stopped into an underground Pub, “Zlata Kovadlina”. Ramsey ordered a Zlatopramen (Local Beer) and I ordered Bila Vina – ...
... juice, and tea. Both Carmen and I didn't feel to good in the morning, her still battling her cold and I feeling a flu bug coming on. We ate and surfed through Facebook and emails until about 11am where David, Carmen and I all headed off to the Tesco (which is a local supermarket) where we picked up some snacks and candies and fruit for the train ride overnight to Kraków. After we dropped the food back at the hostel we decided to split up for the day from David where he had planned ...