Amigo City Centre Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
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... walk and lots of window shopping we arrived at our first stop of the day, Novomestsky Pivovar (or New Town Brewery). Jarred tried a dark beer and we ordered a pork knuckle roasted in beer with mustard, as we were told it was the specialty of the brewery. The meat fell right off the bone and was very delicious. You'll also be happy to know that this ...
... things you can read about in more credible detail on other travel blogs. This one has got the exclusive dig on Metalman, and I'm pretty proud of that, so that's all I feel I really need to tell y'all about Prague. Next stop: whirlwind weekend in Berlin and then two final weeks in Spain before I head south.
***POST-SCRIPT UPDATE ON TICKETLESS TRAIN-RIDING SITUATION***: I evaded the second ticket check with an expertly timed bathroom break. The Italians were ...
... Hus who led the reformation in Czechoslovakia before Luther. The country became Protestant for 200 years before returning to Catholicism under the Hapsburgs. We walked across Charles bridge, with hundreds of others, admiring the religious statues which are copies of the originals and spent time in Lesser Town. This included the graffiti wall, owned by the Knights of Malta, and is allowed to be defaced. It started when John Lennon was ...
... the street after dinner. Jayj broke her reader glasses and we were looking for new pair. More local vendors and booths. Hot candied almonds, fresh fried potato chips and hot honey wine. I will have to join the yoga pant craze if I'm not careful.
More walking, a cup of capuchino and cocoa (almost as good as Bruge Casey and Chelsey) and we were all ready for bed. I had been falling asleep at the table and now ...
... never skip a meal :) Phil found a great speakeasy (our favorite type of bar) near our apartment to start the evening off. Hemingway Bar was great and was true to the speakeasy/craft cocktail scene. Relying on Trip Advisor for dinner, we tried a place called U Kroka (http://ukroka.cz/en/). It was delicious! I'm glad we made a reservation, because it filled up quickly. The staff was very friendly and spoke great english. Actually, almost everyone in Prague speaks great ...