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... cocktails. From there, Rowan and I set off on a little pub crawl of our own. We found a few interesting places, but we were disappointed by a few of the advised places to go that were either closed or empty. We finished up along the river, near where we had dinner and strolled home along the river. The castle in the distance was lit up and the city was beautiful at night. The next day we had arranged to go on a day trip to the ...
... so what I ordered was no where near what I thought it was going to be. It was pretty gross. But it was a fun experience, so I didn't complain. After eating me and Katherine said goodbye to Heni for a bit and headed back to the hostel to get ready for the day. We had talked about going to the castle to see the cathedral since it was closed before, and agreed thats what we'd do. We headed downstairs and met up with Heni and her friend Emily (both from England), the ...
... Regardless, the clock is certainly impressive looking, with its season dials, zodiac symbols, and actual minute-by-minute time-keeping apparatus.
Our tour took us through the aforementioned Jewish district, past an old Jewish cemetery, a Franz Kafka statue, and a church, in the foyer of which hung the arm of a thief who had once tried to rob the place and was stopped...by a statue of the Virgin Mary. Yeah, it was story that stretched plausibility, but, well, ...
... view of Prague. Off we went and soon alighted from the metro to take a long walk to the site of the castle. Before the view we came upon a rotunda - one of the 17 original basilicas' of Prague of which only three remain today. A perfect circle with a conical roof, the rotunda was beautifully preserved and pleasure for any photographer, esp. yours truly...
The view that Susan promised was spectacular - a visual treat with a winding Vlatava below ...
-Our hostel was probably in the best spot in Prague. We were right next to Old Town square, which has like this ongoing festival all day long and the astronomical clock and tower and this huge castle-like church that was built in the 1300's with white-washed walls that is filled with all of these beautiful gold decorations. Also, it was close to Charles Bridge, which is another main tourist place. It's 700 years old. Aka pretty cool. AND we had a view ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed