Travel Blogs from Prague
... sights are in the west. While the east is generally just a place to sleep for a reasonable price. I stayed on the east side and had no problem catching a tram over to the historic city center within 10 minutes for about a buck and a half. It was perfect.
Roaming through the city and its many sights, it's easy to see why so many describe Prague as an absolute must see city in Europe. The historic city center will blow you away ...
... of mixed archietecture reflecting the results of wars and battles and the resulting damage. Many facades saved or restored to their original style with plain sides. The castle and St.Peters cathedral overlook the city and all entrances covered by two immobile military men in their sentry boxes.Yesterday's weather would have been pleasant for them but the yearly range covers minus 25 degrees C to plus 42. In the pm went for walk and talk on ...
... a tour guide tell his rather large flock that a restaurant had a terrace that overlooked the square from the rooftop. So after a look through the Jewish sector of town we sat above and feasted our eyes on the rooftop level of Prague. It really was one of those special moments, Sherree having a warm broth and me having a cold Czech beer just checking out all the church spires Before lunch we visited the Jewish Ghetto which was decimated during the Second World War; something like ...
... At the grocery store they charge you for plastic bags to bag your goods, it's expected that you re-use them until they are no longer viable, or that you have your own re-usable bags to use)
Well I'm going to head out for now, I have to go make dinner and get ready for my trip tomorrow. :)
*"I don't understand Czech language" -- "nair-o-zoo-meem Ch-esky"
**"Do you speak English?" (formal) -- "m-loo-vee-tay an-gle-tz-key"
... is at 9 am - pedestrian only bridge.
The day has ended after a beautiful dinner at Bellevue (another trip advisor recommendation). Noted by Michelin star book, and I read it was hopeful of receiving one in 2013. Fine dining, beautifully presented food, and attentive service. Wines to match the course, a nice way to end our stay.
Tomorrow we have the taxi organised for 7.50 to get to the train station, and then onto Vienna.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet