Hotel Beranek Prague
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... some time with people watching. Spencer spotted a street performer and Lil found a woman with buckets of soap and bubble blowing apparatus that everyone could use and we found a seat, so everyone was happy. Finally it was dinner time so we headed for an Italian restaurant. I think that we may be going a bit overboard with this Italian obsession given that we are not even close to our time in Italy yet ….. what do you think?
It was well and truly dark ...
... 8217; faces fall when they saw my disaster zone barnet. I think to soften the blow, the terrifying macho lady suggested that Mattijs should perhaps have a haircut too. I couldn’t quite believe it when he agreed and before we knew it, the pair of us were sitting in lab coats to have our ‘diagnostics’ for our hair. Mattijs with his beautiful thick locks had not a problem at this stage whereas mine involved a shake of the head and an assertive ...
... We saw the towns brothel, most expensive house, town centre where Vesuvius looms over and an amazing view of the town. after this amazing tour we had Lin h and a walk around the markets, we are at a mafia restaurant. We then continued on to the ferry terminal. We boarded the ferry and were given our room keys. I had a quite night and went to be ...
... But the best thing about this is that it got all of the hostel together. Was a really good environment. Once everyone finished there meal and down their washing up we started to play beer pong. We played the campions who were really good. They got rid of three of our cups in the first two balls. We soon pulled it back but ended up losing on the last hurdle. Definitely started to feel drunk after the game. I should of stuck to bowling. Around 11pm we headed out to a bar ...
... and the country. We visited Old Town Square, Prague Castle and the Jewish Quarter, as well as the Powder Gate -so named for the gunpowder they used to store there. After lunch at a local pub (not one of the best we had) we went in search of the Chocolate Cafe that Kathy had told us about the night before. When she told us that the hot chocolate they serve is 70% chocolate and very few people manage to finish it, the look on Rach’s face told me we were going. And after a ...