Hotel City Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... but really as beautiful as the pictures. We have to Head back here another day for daytime pics. We ended up in a square at the base of Prague Castle, where touristy shops lined the streets, so we continued walking and somehow we took the right path and ended up on the correct street back to our hotel. (Mike was a bit disoriented geographically, but I was pretty sure we were headed the right ...
In comparison to our initial introduction to travelling by rail as per the Copenhagen to Berlin debacle, we travelled with incredible ease and surprising comfort to Prague. Having booked in advance, we had a little compartment on the train which we shared with an Italian couple and an older Czech lady. As we'd made reservations, our endeavours were rewarded with two window seats which allowed us to watch the picturesque landscape of Southern Germany with the River Elbe ...
... lift her suitcase up). She leaned over and said, 'I think it is your first time to Prague and I would really like to help you' She then took our hotel address, which we couldn't even pronounce, guided us straight to the taxis and proceeded to bargain for a set price and sent us off into the darkness with a satisfied look on her face - priceless! So within minutes of arriving we were into our room and falling into bed. ...
... are fun in that
they remind us of the Hogwarts Express. Especially when the train employees
come around with the food trolley- “Anything from the trolley dears?”*
*Ok, they don’t actually say the line, but it would be even
more awesome if they did. Eric and I are tempted to say “we’ll take the lot”,
but unfortunately, unlike Harry, we don’t have a bank vault full of money.
... Czech Republic is the place for you!
The next morning, after a last breakfast from Jana, we packed our bags and 11am headed for the metro. After two stops it was time for me to switch trains and head for the regional bus station, while Rach was going to the end of the line and the airport. I was really sad to see her go, we’ve had such a great time on this trip together and I will be lonely without her for the next few weeks… but I am looking forward to what I am yet to ...