Hotel U Kocku
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the pie and pint combo. I promptly returned to Kitto at the table with the bad news that they had sold out and possible wouldn't have anymore until after our departure from Prague. Devo!
We decided to return to the hostel to properly check in, do some washing and have a much needed shower. The hostel had a decent size open air court with a number of long tables scattered around. It had just started to rain so all the tables where quickly pulled to ...
... moving as it was but it is a hidden treasure in Prague! John wanted to find this Man Hanging statue but he didn't know where it was. We took a break and got on wifi to search for the statues location. During the break, we were amazed how many people there are in Prague. It is clearly becoming peak season and I am really glad the bulk of my trip is over. I don't think I could stand the dumb tourists! I consider myself to be a smarter one who can blend in better than most ...
... yesterday where the best vantage spot would be and she had suggested the park. We climbed to the top of the park which is higher than the Castle but still didn't get the view I was after but as we wandered back along the path we came across a Pavilion, this provided us with a great view – see photo.
We walked back over the Cechuv Bridge and found ourselves in the Jewish quarter and among the very expensive ...
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... was supposed to be returned to the rightful owners. Some of the people were in jail, left the country or had died. It must be a nightmare trying to right the wrongs done in the name of Communism. We also passed Strahov stadium. Completed in 1975, with a capacity of 220,000, it is the largest stadium in the world and is now a horrible huge hunk of crumbling concrete. The Russians wanted to showcase synchronized gymnastics on a massive scale ...