River Bank Hostel
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... family - coat of arms is mounted on one wall. He even “signed” his work in bones near the entry hall. Not surprisingly Sedlec is better known today as The Bone Church.
Our next stop was considerably less confronting; the Cathedral of Saint Barbara. This beautiful gothic structure has the typical high vaulted ceiling of Gothic churches, as well as some lovely stained glass and ornate altar pieces. I paid 25 koruna to climb the 80 steps to the gallery for ...
... on a tram and it was cool. We then got gelato and went to bed.
Woke up nice and early (Ramsay speak for blllaaarrrrggggghhhhh) and grabbed a quick 3 hour bus tour around the major sights of Prague. We visited the locations you'd want to see including the Astronomical clock in Old Town square, the giant metronome in Letna park, the counterclockwise Hebrew clock in Josefov... it was a "timely" introduction to Prague... :D ... <crickets> But ...
... its walls
* Karlovy lane - the biggest nightclub in Prague
* Lots of Christmas markets and Prague traditional sausages and ham (I am a lot larger after Prague)
My last night in Prague was spent at a new hostel that was full to the brim of delightful people from all corners of the world. We had a lovely homecooked meal together and went out to a club with strobe lights and go go dancers. Prague you delivered....until next time.
... Vancouver that we shared the apartment (shared living room/kitchen/bath, separate bedrooms) and then today a lady (I would say 60s) from Australia moved in. She will be here for the week. So far, great experiences from airbnb! Tomorrow we shall find Prague Castle and perhaps more shopping for me ...
... visit to Prague, so it was a shame it was so rushed. For Alex and I, we were blown away by the crowds! Our last visit was in winter and we did not have to squash our way through Wencelaus Square! And that was early! It became worse heading towards lunchtime!
Because of our limited time, we first walked over one of the minor bridges towards the castle, but we knew we were not going to make it up there, so we decided not to rush. ...