Ibis Praha Wenceslas Square
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Praha Wenceslas Square Prague
I had a great time and it was a very nice hotel. They were very accommodating and friendly.
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... up sitting next to two fellow Sacramentans!! Two young men are touring with a rock band!! Great Strudel!!
We toured some of the lovely crystal shops, I'm sure I'll leave with something!! Nice walk for first full day. Hopefully lots more to come, The Castle & Charles Bridge. Lovely city.
... at least I got to see a little through the telescopes.
The Pyramida was a very short walk from the observatory, but the park wasn't really well enough lit for me to want to walk it in the dark and in the rain, so I took the funicular down the mountain and then took the tram over to the hotel.
Overall, I really enjoyed my stay in Prague and fell like it's a place worth going back to for a few more days, although I'd definitely do some of the day trips and not stay in ...
... right now. This one was darker and a bit sweeter than the other two but with the same clean finish; my favorite so far. Fabien and I discussed traveling and the difference between how Americans view work and vacation versus the French. Fabien ordered another beer and I a coffee because I was literally falling asleep at the table. We talked for another hour or so before parting ways. I walked back across the bridge to my hostel and conked out instantly. ...
... Our evening ended at a rooftop restaurant under the stars overlooking the Old Town Square. It almost felt like "a date". Was this what Ruth wanted me to do?
And I met a young fellow studying Jewish Theology at Prague University. ("You're studying what? Where?"). He was all excited to learn about liberal Jewish communities abroad and somehow viewed me as a Divinely-sent expert. We talked for over an hour, and I was invited to join his family for Shabbat dinner. ...
... of which already closed) and then continued to Kampa island and Charles bridge.
We then took a metro back to the hotel and now we're lounging a bit, before going to dinner in two hours. :)
Tomorrow is our last half-day in Prague and we intend to visit a
wonderful castle north of the town, have a late check-out and take a
limo to the airport.:)