Ibis Praha Wenceslas Square
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... in London. We walked and talked and compared notes, and he asked me what it's like to backpack these days as he did a similar trip when he was younger. It was much cheaper back then. I actually had 2 Canadian girls scream out "Canada" from the sidewalk as they saw my black "Canada" shirt. People laugh at me that I'm promoting my country like this while visiting other countries but this shirt has been a magnet every time I've worn it. The first person I met at the ...
... Probably not a surprise by now that grocery stores are one of my fave places to explore on trips. I could spend hours cruising around looking at things. And things are so CHEAP in Prague. I had to be restrained.
Back to the hotel now to do some laundry and relax.
Also...birthday shoutouts to two fabulous ladies who had birthdays on the 26th...Miss Angela Favaro, and Miss Nora Jean Lynk! Hugs to both of you xoxo
... only to see the little Czezh lady sitting happily at the bus stop!! I repeat IDIOTS!! It was now about 7pm so our bus had long gone... We started looking at the map at the bus stop and realised we were completely buggered, the Czech lady realised that we were a bit ****** off and after chatting to her for a bit she kindly offered to give us a lift back to our campsite, she had her car just by the main tram stop so it was now just a case of waiting for ...
... kid in the train to Kutna Hora who offered me a lift into town. He subsequently dropped me at a cafe in the old town run by some of his friends. I ended up staying here for about 2 hours talking about all sorts of things while downing Czech beer, cake and some very interestingly brewed coffee. After this, one of the guys gave me a free walking tour of the old town then directed me to the bone church. On the train home I got talking ...
... entire city is amazing. After a brief visit inside the castle, I started walking back and reached the Opera house and continued my walk towards the hostel. Back in the hostel I asked for some nice place to have spicy food which I was missing badly. Joe showed me a place on the map which served goulash. I was craving for it and went straight to the place and had my spicy dinner. I sat at the bar of the hostel for the night and played Foosball with ...
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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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