Hotel Adria Praha
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
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I was expecting Prague to be an old historic city and it did not disappoint. Our hostel was literally down a small road from the main centre of Prague, Staromêestské námêstí, the old town square. The square was buzzing with people (mainly tourists) with many restaurants and bars surrounding it in the maze-like roads. On this square alone we were able to see; the medieval astronomical clock which gives a mechanical show every hour, Tyn Church and the Jan Hus ...
... involved a now infamous trip along the Berlin train system, complete with last minute dashes through closing doors. The zoo itself was a good way to spend the afternoon. As much as I love history, sometimes a change from museums is in order.
Then came the night, which involved dinner (calf liver - highly recommended), a mini pub crawl, and far too many hours at the local nightclub which was more packed on a Tuesday night than many Auckland clubs on ...
... Vancouver that we shared the apartment (shared living room/kitchen/bath, separate bedrooms) and then today a lady (I would say 60s) from Australia moved in. She will be here for the week. So far, great experiences from airbnb! Tomorrow we shall find Prague Castle and perhaps more shopping for me ...
... was and discovered there was another wing to the apartment which had a further bedroom and a large kitchen. Overall the apartment was in brand new condition, beautifully fitted out and maybe 150 square metres - I decided to calm down, shame about the construction noise though. This was the bargain of the trip at NZD200 per night.
We are located 50 metres from the main square and so went over for a drink, we didn't have any ...
... buildings and at the end of the block, the Dancing House. The Dancing House was designed by the Croatian-Czech architect Vlado Milunić in co-operation with Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry on a vacant riverfront plot 1992 and completed in 1996.
The Bone Church
Another day, I took the train to see the Bone Church in Kuta Hora. ...