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TravelPod Member ReviewsRosemary Hostel Prague
Didn't have any issues here. Stayed in an 8 person dormitory on the top floor. Looked more like a hotel with a lot of beds. Had a full kitchen and table area in the room. Good location from train station.
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Next a tram ride to the base of the Funicular(opened 1890) which took us up the hill opposite our hotel, to Petrin Hill. Here there is an observation tower which was modelled after the Eiffel Tower in 1891 and stands at 63m. Views forever. We had a very lovely walk back to the hotel across the hillside. Went to The Loreto, a baroque pilgrimage site just across the road from us. It was built in 1626 and houses a vault full of religious items covered ...
After what was supposed to be 15 (but was actually 13 for us) days on board the Aegir we reach the end of our riverboat journey. We have our last breakfast and say good-bye to acquaintances we have made. We had packed the night before and successfully finagled to find room for our purchases.
The first night that we had spent on the ship, Joanne and I sat in the Lounge all alone and enjoyed looking out as we sailed. It felt SO good to be there. We ...
... was informed that there was 299 steps to climb to get to the top of this god for Saken tower. My legs felt like Jelly and then it didn't help that the tower was swaying a worrying amount for something that was supposed to be secure so by the time I had climbed all the steps I got really freaked out and basically ran all the way back down straight away.
As Madz and Sam stayed at the top for a little while me and Jamie waited at the bottom for them ...
... What stands out though are all of the magical moments that we happened upon which will always stay with me as personal and unique. Here are a few of my favorites:
1. Learning how to say "thank you" in Czech (Děkuji. [Dye-koo-yi]) and practicing it with everyone in various iterations.
2. Holding an owl.
3. Jan Svankmajer Museum (It was closed, but the experience of trying to find it was surreal which I suppose counts.)
4. Double ...