Hotel U Cerne Hvezdy (Black Star)
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... br> We find a bar called U Maleho Glena, it's underground and has many rooms. There was a live jazz band playing in one room, but because you had to pay to sit in, we sat in the bar beside it and listen for free.
Unfortunately like many European cities smoking still has a place indoors and it was the same for Prague. We stayed for a little while and ended up in a 'non smoking area’ instead, which is basically an area ...
... of the colluseum in Rome however it was never finished. We also visited the Nazi rally grounds and Zeppelin fields. The old fortified city was spectacular however and the large moat that was built around the old town which took 30 years to construct. Here in prague we have been fortunate to have clear blue skies. We spent the afternoon ...
... and we set off next morning. Fantastic luck, they were electric bikes, a little bit of assistance was very much appreciated. We had a destination, out of the city following the river, the Vitava, and we were to stay on bike path A1 and then A3, don't deviate from the river and don't go across the railway line, just follow the paths to go to Karlstejn Castle, you couldn't miss it, once there you could visit the castle and then return by train from the station in the ...
Arrived in Prague, dropped our bags and began our explorations by foot. Headed into old town. Foods stalls are in full show, aromas and colours are tantalising and the crowds are happy - spit roast pig, every type of potato, saukraut, roast veggies, paella, sausages, gigantic doughnut things on a stick, chocolate covered everything's in all sorts of shapes and sizes, pastries, breads, ice cream, sorbet and unlimited choice of beer or wine. Even Phil has to pause for breath ...
... such as hand blown glass and puppets. There is also many art galleries and souvenir shops.
We see many other tourists as we walk around the city. According to Jan the high season starts around Easter and runs thru the summer. Many languages, mostly European are heard from the fellow travelers. Most everyone has a camera around his/her neck except Judith (who forgot hers) and me (I try to keep it in my pocket--so I don't look like ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed