Antik Hotel Prague
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... here's some Czech we learned:
Pivo = beer
Pivovar = brewery
Minipivovar = microbrewery
Dobre Den = Good Morning
So, that's all the Czech we've learned while here. I think we've covered all the important phrases.
Back to U Medvidku. While there, Jarred tried a couple of beers and we ate some beer cheese on toast, which was one of the only items on the menu not containing meat, ...
... and then proceeded to get lost( not a lot lost though, just a little bit lost) It didn't matter because I found another square to look at called Republik Square and that had a few really cool buildings on it like the Powder Tower (which was originally the Old Town Gate, but then it was used to store gunpowder in the 17th century and so they changed it's name)
By then I noticed a steady stream of people following tour guides down a certain street, so I joined them and it ...
... and blackberry wine which is a typical Czech tipple. Our last stop was Cafe Louvre which has been in business since 1902. We tasted Czech dumplings, which look like sliced baguette, braised beef in a vegetable sauce with cranberry compote, washed down with wine or beer, followed by a slice of delicious apple strudel with custard and cream. Filled to the brim it was time for some retail therapy, and the walk back to the hotel as rain began to ...
- Arrived in Prague late in the day. Prague, in the Czech Republic boasts a wealth of Gothic and baroque architecture. The composure Dvorak comes from Prague and is celebrated by a statue in the Old Town Square. Despite the chill took a walking tour in the morning in 2degree wind and rain. Our local guide found English very difficult to learn so spoke very slowly and precisely to get his tongue around the words. We visited ...
... per person. Karen, with her hilarious bargaining skills, tried to negotiate for a deal of 2 euro per person. And then we just walked away - good work Karen! Beautiful views of the lakes, castles, and other monuments can be seen as we walked along Charles Bridge. Walking through it, many souvenir stalls and caricature artists line the pathway. We spent the night walking around Old Town Square, and walked up into a clock tower. Amazing views of the town from up here. The ...