Ibis Praha Wenceslas Square
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I had a great time and it was a very nice hotel. They were very accommodating and friendly.
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Later that afternoon it was finally time to sample some of the famous Czech beer. We hunted for a while until we found somewhere slightly less touristy (or trippy as mum might say!). Tom ordered a dark beer and I just opted for one I'd never hurt of. Mine was a little sour and citrusy (and came with a silly slice of lemon) but I quite liked it. We both agreed Thomas's was better though!
The next day we decided to go out and do our own walking tour of ...
... I just loved it!!! Prague has got to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world! However, I still have a slight love/hate relationship with the city. It is gorgeous, it is affordable, It is very touristy. Prague was by far the most crowded city I've ever been in! It was like being on la Ramblas from Barcelona, but like everywhere, not just one street! I also hated how there was the picture perfect tourist sights, so a ...
... br> Beginning with with just nine kilometres of track running from Kacerov to Florence, the major bus station near the city, the C Line was soon extended towards Haje (or Kosmonautu as it was then called), which is in fact just two stops along the track from where I'm staying currently. Four years later the second line running from Praha's inner north-west (Dejvice to be exact) to the south-east was opened and finally the opening stages of the B Line (Yellow) ...
... a bit merry, we called into a supermarket on the way home and picked up some wine, snacks and cards to carry on into the night.
The next morning it rough. It was a slow start with some local open sandwich things from a shop that sold only little open sandwich things (imagine bruschetta). There's a giant monument you can see from most points in the city of a dude on a massive horse which was on the hill just behind our apartment, so we went up to inspect it in the afternoon. ...
... it's kind of like, sugar, water, purple) :) But anyway, we checked out the astronomical clock, which was really cool for me, and wandered around some churches and towers and listened to some Celtic music. We didn't stay out too late since we were tired and planned to get up a bit early. We chilled at the hostel and met some girls from Seattle and some guys from Australia. Internet was a bit awful, kept coming and going, but we were able to catch up with some peeps. Then we ...