Pension & Hostel ARTHARMONY
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... as we left the airport and we swapped sweating for shivering. Our driver drove sedately and chatted about the soccer (apparently the national team is useless) - relief after the early morning drive to Dubai airport that reached 140km/hour a few times. We didn't look.
All the reports and reviews are right - Prague really does take your breath away. We left the camera at ...
... returned to the sick Danny and brought our late breakfast of croissants that was borderline brunch. We decided to nom on them on a park bench near the Charles Bridge so Danny could have some air while also relaxing. After our delayed pastries, we went to old-town Prague and looked at the Astronomical Clock and walked around the area for a while. We had a late lunch at a restaurant in old-town and went to a café afterwards, where we proceeded to accidently leave our leftovers. ...
... which are in the North-East of the Czech Republic about 2 hours from Prague. We hired a driver who took us there and waited for us for a few hours while we explored the sandstone rock formations and hiked around the national park. The park is famous for its tall and unusually shaped rocks, many of which have been given a creative name based on their appearance, such as "The lion’s head", The rocks surrounded us in every direction and our ...
... I continued to walk along the river bank anyway. That's the beauty of travelling on your own, I suppose. With all the streets looking identical, it took me quite a while to find my way back to the Old Town. On my way there I stumbled upon Jess, Kat, Steph, and Dave who were wandering around a nearby market. Being late afternoon, we decided to grab dinner together at a nearby Asian restaurant. A delicious meal and a browse of some shops later, we made our way back to the hostel for the ...
We spent the next hour walking, sweating profusely stopping only to purchase a bottle of Becherovka. For the un-initiated, Becherovka is a wonderful mix of herbs in a 38% alcohol solution. By the time we dragged our weary butts all the way back to the hotel, we discovered that Becherovka mixed very well with diet coke :-).
Now back at our room we chill out and get a little high on that Czech Elixir of the Gods. So much for today's activities.