Amour Hotel Residence
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... and all fogged up! So I headed back down the stairs to where it was open and you could actually see out! Unfortunately today the views were not that great. It was raining (all day!) and foggy. You could still see across the city, with the bridges weaving across the river, but not quite the amazing city view that it could have been. Prague is known as the 'City of a hundred spires'. Many were visible - but it would have been better without the fog!! The 32 czk tram ...
... displays the 80000 names of the people who lost their lives. Prague was very busy, being prime tourist season, but we were welcomed warmly into our small designer Hotel Josef, the Operations Manager even taking the time to take us on an orientation ...
... be honest, it was a bit boring and uneventful. Then we were almost to the end, when we arrived at the Golden Road...our day of boredom had just turned around. The Golden Road is a small road full of tiny cottages that used to be lived in by the castle workers many years ago. I think all of the workers must have been very small people, because we had to duck in to most of the homes and shops on this magical road. It is at these moments that I wish I was still a child, ...
... the whole time, since I already saw most of what I wanted to see. The only general negative things I can say were about the smoking and the bathrooms. Everybody seems to be smoking thesehorrible cigarettes with smoke that lingers longer like cigar smoke and just has an overwhelmingly bad smell. The other is that all the places have signs on the bathrooms that say they will charge for the bathrooms. Although I can only half-complain about that as nobody every charged me if I was a ...
... an odd feeling we both enjoyed and would like to try again in other cities later. Prague castle was very touristy and expensive to see the museum inside, so instead we just walked around and looked down upon the city and watched the cloudy, rainy day engulf the tall buildings. Truly picturesque scenes were around every corner, I hope my photos do them justice.
Our fast pace travel method has now come to a point that ...