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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Marabou Prague
Nice little hostel - friendly staff and a good breakkie! A walk to central so check you're ok with that - takes about 25 minutes but its a nice walk past lots of local bars, restaurants etc.
We'd come back : )
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So in the last 7 days I had quit work, quit my house, quit the UK and eloped with my beautiful boyfriend Marc on an 8 month round the world trip. This is my first entry on our little tour and the first stop was....
(lots happened inbetween UK and Prague but I'll let Marc tell you those bits)
First day was so sunny …
So I've been kicked off another computer playing cards and told I have to come and right this blog about my journey so far.
1st thing I did when I got here was get locked in airport toilet. Seriously...there was no handle on the inside! (picture should be uploaded to my Instagram later)Saved by a man who took amusement of me …
... to pick up our luggage and took the tram (5) and headed to the central train station. Our train arrived at 3:30pm and we boarded it. We had first class seats, so we had reserved seating and the cabin was more spacious with luggage racks above. Originally we had 3 other people in our car, but they left to sit in another cabin since it was a fairly empty train. We had dinner in the dining car and started playing card games during our ride
... story. The other is that the city feels like a giant stage set. Perhaps it's the architecture or the colour of the buildings and the excessive use of gold leaf, but I couldn't shake the feeling that I was somehow walking through a giant Disneyland. This feeling was later enforced when we got stuck in a thunderstorm that night on our way home from a couple of drinks. Lightning bolts cut through the inky sky and thunder shook ...
... say we got absolutely no sleep that night. The four of us - Laura, Lisa, Maria, and I - were tossing and turning constantly, unable to find a position that would cool us down. It got to the point where the humidity was so unbearable that we were wetting our clothes just to feel the slightest bit cool. The only brief respite we had from the heat was an enormous storm around 4.00am. The only problem was that the wind and rain were so strong that we had to shut the window so as to not ...