Hostel One Prague
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Great hostel room with a cool loft and awesome employees.
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... and the young Czech women, Daana, who run them hope to use them as a way to practice their English. So we stuck around drinking free Sangria full of fresh fruit and chatting about the differences in our cultures until late that night. Highlights included everyone demonstrating how their culture makes animal noises and when someone asked Yung if all they ate in Korea was noodles he replied with "Of course not! We eat rice, too."
... deciding to head back to Prahna 3 (where our hotel is). After another metro ride and station change we walked backed to the hotel stopping to take a stroll through a very large, very old cemetery. It was an absolutely beautiful place, very calm and serene but at the same time it was like nothing I had ever seen before. Entire graves taken over by ivy until they were completely unrecognizable. Trees reaching to the overcast skies, hanging on ...
... 8217;s we walked past the Museum of Torture. As it was open quite late, we decided to pop in for a look. There were lots of interesting and horrible things. One interesting thing I’ll share is that the Hapsburg Empress Maria Teresa, who everyone had said she’s so lovely, had actually authored a book on torture! That was a surprise. I’m not sure why we went in there as we both came out horrified, had to walk back in the dark and I was worried I’d have ...
... with a giraffe ha ha. We started around 12 and were done by 2, which timed perfectly with the growing hunger that would shortly be satisfied. For Lunch I wanted to go to the Krystal Bistro, which hand makes all of their ingredients for all of their food, and ironically serves the best burger that I have ever had, yes even in the United States. They hand make everything from the patties to the fresh buns, it truly was indescribably scrumptious, and ...
... I have never seen before. In Old Town Square there was a very large tree and a large chess board made of lights, among other things, as decorations for the holidays. There is also the great smell of Svařák in the air (hot mulled wine) along with a sauerkraut, pork and potato dish sold by the vendors scattered around the square. Though it was cold it was great to walk around and see the great decorations ...