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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 …
... is at 9 am - pedestrian only bridge.
The day has ended after a beautiful dinner at Bellevue (another trip advisor recommendation). Noted by Michelin star book, and I read it was hopeful of receiving one in 2013. Fine dining, beautifully presented food, and attentive service. Wines to match the course, a nice way to end our stay.
Tomorrow we have the taxi organised for 7.50 to get to the train station, and then onto Vienna.
... tractor moozeem. agriculture." I nod and say "ano" (yes). She repeats "tractor moozeem and agriculture?" I nod and reply "ano" again. She looks at me skeptically and says "hokay!". I buy my ticket.
I enter the museum to find out that not only am I the only American visitor at that point....i'm the ONLY VISITOR! The people working there are glad to see someone come in. Any time I enter a new area, they rush up to me to see if ...
Having expected Prague to be pretty much underwater, we arrived on Friday afternoon to 27 degree heat (a complete relief after other travellers warned us not to go). We started off with a walk round the old town, which has gorgeous architecture only ruined slightly by the British Stag-do's antics, where we climbed the clock tower for an incredible view of the city. Then we fought our way through all the slow-walking tourists across the Charles bridge, much like struggling through ...