Hotel u Svateho Jana
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... Though we didn't try much Czech food, with beer being cheaper than water, mulled wine sold on every corner we didn't mind.
Czech-ing out the night life.
Attempting to acknowledge the amount of hours spent drunk, sleeping or hungover during our four days in Prague would be a challenge. Though with YOPO in mind (Your only in Prague Once), everyday did begin with an exploration of some description and a tour or two. Of course some ...
We walked to the old Town Hall to see the famous clock. The Prague astronomical clock, or Prague orloj, is a medieval astronomical clock first installed in 1410, making it the third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest one still working.
... cobblestones, trams every where, roadworks and a laissez-faire interpretation of road rules. Add the kids trying to compete with Maj (the satnav) for attention and it all becomes a bit stressful. Me? I handled it perfectly. I swore at everyone and huffed and puffed all the way to our flat. Yes, I know, a man of my age should just chill and go with the flow. Well, I'm working on it (and a few other things as well!). 9 August A comfortable night in ...
Today we head for Prague by train. With tickets in hand, (pre brought) we caught the metro and arrive at the Budapest International Station with time to spare. After consultation with the financial adviser, (Marie) we had Forint to spend. With potato chip, nuts and water in hand Marie had some spare cash, so what else does one buy at 8:30 in the morning at Train Stations, beer, yes cold beer cans. Not only can you buy them but the locals buy ...
... our way up to the top of the hill to the castle. We stopped once along the way to find shelter from the sun and try to make sure we weren't so sweaty!
We got to the top only to find we'd actually made it up there in perfect timing as the daily military and band show was on. A bit like our changing of the guards show but this was WAY more exciting. They were throwing their rifles all over the place and dancing around. It was so fun!