Hostel One Prague
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Great hostel room with a cool loft and awesome employees.
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... to use the WC. I went down to the basement WC first & "timed out" the light!! I had to finish my business in total darkness!! They really don't want you to waste any time in the loo! We headed to the Premiant Tour booth to catch our Panoramic City Tour. Sure enough we went to the wrong booth! Good news was the booth we needed was a short walk away. We caught a bus over to the Prague Castle across the Vitava River. We watched the short changing of the ...
Good Morning Dad! So we pretty much slept this day away. I woke up went online and surfed for a bit then fell asleep. Nadzha did the same thing except kept herself hydrated and kept drinking tea. When we did wake up and get out of bed, it was late afternoon. We mucked around some more then by 6pm we left the apartment. I had read some reviews that the restaurant next to the hotel sold authentic ...
... novelist from the early 20th century, so I passed....planning to visit the Public transportation museum. I head back into the parts of town that are almost exclusively Czech....back among the locals. I take the subway and get off to catch the tram to the museum. I wait a while and eventually figure out that none of the trams that run on the line to the museum seem to be running today. I figure "the hell with it. I'll take the bus".
I go to the bus stop (I'm at ...
... hall houses, dating back to the mediaeval 1200s with subsequent Gothic layers on top.
Yesterday's exploration was one side of the river, today is the other. Gisela and Walter have seen a piece of art on the Charles Bridge and want to see more of the artist's work at his studio nearby.
After a late breakfast, we set out to the west of our apartment with a plan ...
... trams and buses. We had coffee and cakes in the morning. Nearby we came across the funicular train that goes to the Petrin summit. After quite a wait we hopped aboard the single carriage train to the top where there are nice gardens and a steel tower constructed 140 years ago. Stewart and I climbed the 300 odd stairs to the top of the look out tower. Jeed and Selma went by lift. Great views over the city and toward Prague Castle - which is where ...