Old Prague Hotel
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I'll condense the past couple days into one post. Before I left Vienna I wandered around quite a bit and wandered through an outdoor market that seemed to have a lot more from the middle east than from Austria. The I happened to stumble into Austria's version of six flags which was cool to walk around. Street a short bus rid I ended up in Prague …
Wedensday 25 sep Wedensday i left the contki campsight and was back on my own and off to prague. I took a coach because it was cheeper. If was fine apart from the come backwards seat numbering systerm. I have no idear how it was ment to work. Got prague ang got a map to wrk out were i was. Didnt no how big thr place was so i took the tram. Was a …
Got off the night train with the bright Prague morning sun shining, and managed to head in the right direction for the hostel. Once again, when I got there, I wasn't able to fully check-in until 3pm. So I had about six hours to kill. Receptionist gave me a map and pointed out the main sites, so I figured now would be a good time to get all of the sight seeing out of the way. Walked next to the river listening to music taking in everything around me and being generally content, through the ...
... for me, and a tasty
prawn salad for Chris. Also an excellent Moravian wine, recommended
by the waiter. Jan stuck to non-alcoholic beer as he was the driver.
Pleasant evening chatting about our hosts travel in NZ 2 years ago
where they had made a real effort to sample NZ wines (Hedvika has
completed a wine-tasting course) and life in the Czech Republic
including how the media have caused parents to be so fearful ...
... of 11 houses built in the late 16th century was built for archers and their families but later inhabited by artisans including Alchemists and as an 18th century legend has it he truly made gold but in the process blew himself up. At one time Frans Kafta lived at No: 22 and found the simplicity and quiet conducive to his writing (a bit weird).
We wandered back to the apartment and had a short breather and then went the ...