Accord Pension Prague
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... are mostly restored and there is a walk between the two walls. Beautiful old buildings and bridges. Of course there is a Christmas market in the inner town. The oldest Christmas market in Germany. We walked up to the castle and through narrow old Streets. We arrived in Prague in the evening. Lovely 4 star hotel a definite improvement in some of the hotels last time we did a tour. It was an hour to ...
... from where we had been shopping. Back at the hotel we went to our rooms to relax and to also do some hand washing of clothes as we won't have access to a washer and dryer until we reach Venice a few days from now. Tonight we headed down the street for dinner at a local restaurant, Kulaták which specialized in Czech dishes. The three ladies ordered chicken schnitzel with potato salad and a pickled cucumber side dish. I decided on a veal ...
... info place and armed with a map, set off for the big hill next to the castle. However due to the complete absence on ANY signs whatsoever to anything on the hill I gave up trying to find things.
Footsore, I caught the tram back to the hostel to discover the 7 boys had moved out! Yay!!
Finished off today with a pizza in the restaurant. Shattered (12hr day in Prague!) so am off to bed
... quite interesting. It enjoyed seeing the wide variety of synagogue architecture all in one place. It was like a mini-tour of synagogues of the world.
I decided that maybe it would be a good idea to eat lunch before going to the Gastronomy museum, so I grabbed a bite at the James Dean Diner. This restaurant was very 1950s-USA-themed with Marilyn Monroe plastered all over the walls, jukebox music playing, and cigarettes on the menu. The food was a bit overpriced, but very ...
... out of Prague back to Germany. It is around 300kms from Prague to Nürnberg and we decided to stay a night there so we could take a walk around the old town. As we crossed the Czech border, a German police car pulled us over and proceeded to check all of our passports. It is unbelievable that some people don't take a passport for border crossings.
It took 20 minutes, but we were finally underway again. Thankfully we had a few free seats and could relax a bit. We ...