Hotel U Cerne Hvezdy (Black Star)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... buildings were all demolished and new ones rebuilt as part of an urban renewal project at the start of the 20th century. The area was designed to look like the streets of Paris and is now one of the most expensive parts of Prague to live in. Every street in Praha 1 (old district) has beautiful old buildings full of character. We were happy just to loose ourselves in the cobblestone streets and explore.
On Friday we explored the grounds of the Prague castle. From ...
... were pretty tipsy by the time we got there since Chris, Rach, Phil and I had polished off about ¾ of our Absolut. Whoops haha. The place where we had our free drinks was pretty crowded and gross, but the vodka was good and the bartenders were free pouring into our glasses. We only had to pay for mixers which were dirt cheap, probably about €0.50 or something. It was the start to a fantastic night, everyone was making new friends and laughing together. When we got to the second ...
... particularly good because of the drastically different and old buildings surrounding it. I guess it's a love it or hate it type thing. The stroll gave us a glimpse of a different part of Prague, one we had yet to see. There seems to be no place you can go here that doesn't cause you to stand in wonder and marvel at how beautiful it is. A bowl of hot rabbit stew for dinner (I love seeing this stuff on the menu!) and we visited the Old Town square for the last time. I ...
... side as the room was ready. We put our things in, sorted our itinerary for the day and headed out. We headed to the Old Town Square to see the Astronomical Clock. On the way we happened to pass other items we had listed for today's excursion. We did a bit of shopping, had our morning coffee and were ready waiting on the hour for the display from the clock. While wandering around the Square we noticed a chap advertising the 'hop on, hop ...
I've no doubt that everyone would agree that Prague is a beautiful city, even better in the winter when the the city is bedeck in Christmas lights and tinsel. It would seem that the city was designed by designed by Walt Disney and built by the munchkins for Cinderella. Fortunately for me the Brothers Grimm were also involved in town planning and when the troll needed a dwelling under the bridge the brothers were there to oblige. In a bid to entertain my Russian colleague ...