Museum Inn Hostel
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... for a couple of drinks. After spending ages looking for a good bar, we stumbled into a real locals place. The sort of place where even the darts stop in mid air when you walk in their for the first (there was no darts board, but the point remains valid). After having a couple of drinks, we all headed back to our respective hostels. Our final day before our evening bus was spent in a park on the river. Having got some food from Tesco, we found ourselves a bench and ...
... to produce a city that takes your breath away with every new turn. About three hours into our tour we were both overwhelmed by the architecture - the word stunning doesn't start to do it justice whether it be the ornate detail of a church or the view from high on the hill at the Prague Castle.
We both agree that the sense of scale, the centrality of town squares as gathering points and the use of space are ...
... 760 Czech Koruna (approx $55).
He got us there safely and we were greeted by Gabi who showed us around, the place was huge and reminded us of places we had lived in Germany. Beautiful. Apart from the 70 steps we had to climb to our place all was good.
I apologised for the Airport ringing her but she was not fussed. We dropped off what luggage we had and headed off to get something to eat and drink. She actually provided some basics staples so that ...
... Czech cuisine consists of a lot of meat (sausages, pork, beef goulash) very few vegetables and lots of dumplings. Not appealing to an-almost-vegetarian like me! Luckily, a lot of fish on the menu as well.
After pictures, hugs and exchange of emails, we said goodbye to our fellow travellers with a promise to meet again.
Observations and comments:
Dogs on leash are allowed in shopping centres.
Everywhere in this ...
... it to our hostel, got out bags and got back on the metro and then had to take a bus to the airport and when we reached the airport and asked, they said it opened only two hours before the flight... It was 9:30pm and our flight was at 6 am so we had a lot of time to kill in the airport, luckily there was free wifi that we could use. I had to reorganize my bag so that took up some time and then tried sleeping but it was very uncomfortable and had to make sure all of my stuff was ...