Hotel Beranek Prague
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... it. The beautiful cobbled-stone city was full of historic buildings and side streets with tons of unique stores and restaurants.
After walking around aimlessly that night for an hour (mostly because the boys were too arrogant to ask for directions), we found a typical Czech restaurant to eat at. We ordered hot mulled wine (a speciality there) to start the course with. I had the hardest time deciding what to order, but when my meal came out, I knew ...
... of fun places to go but settled on Europe's largest club; a seven story dance club with all kinds of music. Even though it took a lot of effort to get up again and head out, it was well worth it. There were lots of people and the club was something new we hadn't seen in any other countries.
On Sunday we still had some time left before we needed to head back to the train station. I had really wanted to do some shopping in another country, especially ...
... the bridge, we take a little detour to visit the John Lennon peach wall which since Lennon's death has been painted with graffiti including portraits of Lennon and lyrics from Beatles songs. In this way, the Prague youth protested violence and lack of freedom. We crossed the little bridge with locks on all the poles before we cross the Charles Bridge to arrive in the Old Town Square just in time to watch the less than 30 second clock tower animation at the ...
... street and a ton of small shops. We rented some bikes to peddle around the city and get a better look at everything. The opposite side of the main river is built on a hill which gives you some amazing views of the city. We stopped at the Prague food festival and had some appetizers from a bunch of the local restaurants and bars which was cool but we were still hungry after we left haha. The Prague cathedral/castle was the coolest ancient building of the trip so ...
... St. Wenceslas taking pictures of our surroundings and following along in our guidebook which was pointing out buildings of particular note. As we made our way to the centre of the old town of Prague, we passed by a food market with a “Trdelnik” stand. I finally had a name for the delicious, Czech baked good we had had in Cesky Krumlov the previous day. We then hit up a small market but were quite disappointed in it as it was mostly filled with ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed