Hotel Beranek Prague
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... same day as us but was trying to find the subway and asked an elderly lady with a walking stick. The old lady said she was going the same way and would show her. They got the subway together (very slowly) and as they parted ways the old lady said, "Enjoy Prague. Have lots of sex".
A little perplexed we headed off into Central Prague. By now the sun was beating down and Prague really was as beautiful as I remember it - I had been here about 12 years ...
... back to the new square where we all went our separate way. It wasn’t a long tour by any means but it was enjoyable, it also reminded me there was a lot more of Prague I wanted to see over the next day or two.
Next morning after sleeping late I decided to stroll back down to the old square, I wanted to visit the Old Jewish Cemetery along with a stroll across Charles Bridge, I really should have taken the ...
... we first passes it, we weren't happy. The train station is just down the hill from us. Basically a 15 minute walk. We got charged 30€ for that and he went the long way too. *shakes head* Nadzha told Radka and she wasn't surprised. She said that Prague cab's a renown for being expensive. The town itself looked like a Hollywood movie set. Very pretty buildings. It wasn't at all what I expected. It could be that we have travelled ...
Prague was amazing. We were only there for half of one day, one night, and most of the next day, but for that short time I was there it was absolutely amazing. When we first arrived, I was a bit skeptical about how much I would like it. Compared to Vienna it seemed dirty, cramped, and in a general state of disrepair. And while it is poorer than Vienna and a bit dirtier, I grew to really like it during the time I was there. I was ...
... into Tyn Church. We then spent the afternoon walking around and enjoying the city without a rush to go see things. The last thing we visited was the Veletrzni Palace, a massive modern and contemporary art museum. It was too big to see everything, but we did get to see some of it's giant collections. We then had dinner, got our bags from the hostel, and got on our night train. Thoughts: Prague was one of my favorite cities. It seemed to have a lot more ...