Angelo Hotel Prague
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So today we hopped on our beloved bus (that's a lie I am so sick of this bloody bus) and headed to Prague, once arriving we had a quick walking tour of the city and learnt about all of the ghosts and it was so bizarre down one street there was a guy in a kilt playing bagpipes and then down the other street there was a guy playing a digaredoo it was bizarre had no idea where I was. We ended our tour over the bridge and then caught ...
... left it in the hotel and wants to go straight back there. I'm sure he hasn't. We ring hotel and have to ring back in 5 minutes. When I do they said there was nothing left in the room. Well at least we don't have to make the train journey back. We go and sit in a travellers lounge, then he remembers that he might have dropped it where he got change for the lockers. Whew, it's there. All is well. Had been knowing that ...
... mouth. This ham was as costly, but grossly inferior with chewy skin rather than crackling. My heart was broken.
Thursday we were to check out. The issue was we had the whole afternoon to kill, with our train to Poland not leaving til 10.29pm. Fortunately the hotel was good enough to hold our bags for the evening after checkout, allowing us another casual trip into Prague. We walked over the Charles Bridge, stopped for a beer and ...
... are really good. I have a beautiful view of the Prague Castle on the other side river. I watched the sun set behind it and now the lights are all lit up. Apparently the lights illuminating the castle were a gift to Prague from the Rolling Stones soon after communism fell. I ended up walking through the streets of the Old Town at night after I left the river. It was quite fun just walking aimlessly seeing if I could find my way back through the little alleys and lanes without using a ...
... selling beautiful cakes amongst all the people and shops, which made our day! In the afternoon we headed to the Cyril and Methodius Cathedral, which is the principal church in the Orthodox Church of the Czech Republic. In 1942, during World War II, the cathedral was the scene of the last stand of a number of Czech and Slovak patriots who had assassinated Reinhard Heydrich, the Nazi SS Obergruppenführer and General of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Room service