Amigo City Centre Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Square. The location couldn't be better.
Kristina gave us a half hour introduction to the apartment and city and by the end of her talk, we were asking for another night! It was a one bedroom place with all new furnishings, a large bathroom, a clothes washer, heated towel rack (read: clothes dryer to the veteran traveler), larger HDTV and stereo, and lots of space to put clothes away. You know, an apartment.
But this was a rare ...
... felt like staying out in the heat for much longer, so we all went back to our hostel for a swim and sauna (no idea why we ended up going in the sauna when the whole idea was to get cool!).
For dinner that night we ended up in a little pub where the waitresses didn’t speak much English, and with our lack of Czech skills, ordering food and drinks was a bit of a challenge. We got there in the end though!
After dinner we got some drinks from a convenience store then sat in ...
Today we had free time for the whole day and then a farewell dinner at night. We wandered at our own pace around the Town Square and through the souvenir and crystal shops. We had been warned that coffee here is not the best, so when we wanted a drink we went looking for a Starbucks. Couldn't find it, but came across Hard Rock Cafe. We hadn't ever been ...
... last bit of the way to our destination. I have never been one to be a fan of cell phones, but boy they are helpful when you are stuck in the middle of nowhere on a cold dark night and you need to call a taxi.
After this initial attempt and studying the metro map and regular map in greater detail, we became much more adept at using the public transportation. It has certainly become a great resource fir getting around Prague. ...
... eat here or not?’ He said yes haughtily and stomped off to get menus. When he came back, he asked if we wanted drinks, and we said ‘No thank you.’ He looked at us as if we’d slapped him in the face. ‘What? No drinks?’ We told him we were just after main meals, and asked if we could order. He huffed and puffed and took our orders as if they were insults. A couple of minutes later, two more of Joanna’s friends arrived, Dom and Bassem. ...