Hostel City Center
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... food, very tasty and also very
cheap if you avoid the restaurants directly outside of the main tourist
attractions. To get a better
understanding of the city we did a couple of walking tours. The first tour is advertised as the 'Free
Prague Tour' and as the name suggests it is a free tour and you only pay at the
end of the tour a tip to the guide for what you think is reasonable for ...
... the DOX Contemporary Art Gallery. Here there were two main exhibits, one commemorating WW1 and another by the architect Martin Rajnis, of various wooden towers and buildings. We spent about an hour before returning to our hostel. (Mr H: the most remarkable bit, to my mind, was the huge red skull, about 20 feet across, attached to a large arm and crane, on top of the building, circling like a aircraft control tower.)
We returned ...
Slept in after our big night out. Caught a tram to the city and ate a spiral donut cooked on coals. Went shopping. Clothes are cheaper than Australia. Visited the Sex Machine Museum which was hilarious. Contained medieval and Victorian era contraptions. Had a cruisy day and listened to buskers in Old Town. Had a look inside the church Disney based its castle from. Exhausted, we came home and ...
... with dinner- a perfect compliment to the blustery weather outside.
After dinner we were ready to call it a day. We headed back home to the Intercontinental to relax before bed. (On our way home I was approached by a few people trying to find the Chabad House to attend Shabbat services. Since we had just toured the Jewish Quarter that day, I was able to help them find it. I found out they're from Israel and I told them I hope to visit Israel next year ...
... busses to turn up... They didn't take long and soon enough were we're at her car... She lived pretty close to our site so she was more than happy to take us, we found out that she was a tour guide which explained why her English was so good... I dot know what time we eventually got back to the site but we were just glad to be there... On the way into the site we started witnessing some of the devastation the storm had caused... Awnings were ...