Ankora Hotel Prague
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... also included the Old Royal Palace, the Basilica and Convent of St. George (the burial place of Czech royalty) and the Golden Lane that housed Castle servants and others until WW II. Franz Kafka even lived at #22 for a short time. Jack enjoyed touring the armoury and torture chamber. Leaving the castle, we marched down the many steps of the hill back to our Apt., picking up groceries along the way. Dinner was at a local restaurant serving local food-nothing remarkable. Day 2 began ...
... Ivan away, but not after Ivan had asked Daniella out that night. She politely declined because she was working, and Ivan was crushed!! Ivan, Vlad and Buffy then went out to a concert that night, a stringed quintet in the most stunning hall you could possibly imagine. We were all in the front row and enjoyed 70 minutes of the most sublime music we have ever heard. To give you an idea, if Vlad had reach out his right hand, he could touch the Cello. Vlad and Ivan both agreed it was ...
We had a couple of days in Prague, however the first one consisted of a fair bit of sleep and some laundry!
Unfortunately I had a bit of a headache Wednesday which turned into a migraine in the afternoon which sucked a bit.
The morning was really lovely though. We ventured into the north part of town to find prague laundromat. The one and only. It was a very cool laundromat. And apparently the only one in ...
... and David succumbed to duck again. On our way to the restaurant, Petr took us to see the parody statue of a man on an upside down horse. This is one of the more serious statues of a horse In Wenceslas Square turned upside down. We also saw a Kiwi Shop which specialises in selling items for people to take travelling. Petr said it was a good shop and one he often visited. We had a wonderful evening and a fitting end to our time in ...
... for feet.
The pine cones were a bit off centre at first making him look like a very happy snowman! Toady got into the action too (such an attention slut).
Nearly 4pm now and all feeling hungry as we hadn't eaten since breakfast so Nik rang ahead and booked us into a restaurant. And what a restaurant it was! The decor was early medieval, rough wooden tables, open fires, witches hanging from the roof, cobbled floors with straw strewn ...