Amour Hotel Residence
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- Shuttle bus service
- Pets allowed
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... us and the price was cheaper than most hotels and 30% more than a private double at a hostel. That's a no brainer. We ended up loving the place so much that we asked for one additional night after that, for a total of 5 nights So instead of the rush, rush, rush that we and most tourists do in such a place, we had the luxury of time. We hardly went out at night, probably because we were recovering from the super fun nightlife of Bratislava. And to ...
... and played some ******** (the card game). I was stoked as I managed to win twice haha. We didn’t have a late night as we had to catch the bus the next morning, but we spent as long as we could with Tom and Caitlin. It was so great being with them again after a couple of months without them. Hearing all about their travels through Scandinavia, Latvia, Russia and Poland was really cool, they have definitely had some interesting experiences! It made me wish that I could spend longer ...
... but both the guy who served us and the manager were so friendly, we would have to recommend them. Andy, the manager, said his favourite cartoon character was the Tazzie Devil and was a bit disappointed to discover they walk around on 4 legs, not 2! The Farewell Dinner was held back up at the Castle area, at Salm Castle Restaurant. They had a woman ...
... Our Pension
Our Pension, the Farmhouse" is set just outside of the center of Prague in the country yet only a 20 minute subway ride to the center. It is set within a small courtyard that also has a small horse farm and brewery with brilliant brews. Its simple, but it has everything we want including access to a kitchen. The brewery was a neat addition to this little courtyard. You walk through a nondescript door vast a giant vat ...
... just dropping by to say hello and sit with us, but when the waiter saw them, he marched over angrily. ‘How many more of you is there? You just walk in, you don’t have a reservation, you don’t order drinks. How many more?’ We told him no one else was coming, and pointed out that no one offered to seat us or stopped us when we walked in. He just kept saying the same thing over and over, and then stared at us indignantly. He finally left, but then the ...