Antik Hotel Prague
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... see this, just like us. It's more expensive here, but still very reasonable. And Pilsner Urquell, the most popular beer here will set you back $2 or $2.50 instead of the $1 or $1.5 for other great Pilsners in other cities. I saw a Pilsner Urquell deliveryman the other day. For larger bars, he drives a truck that's like a milk truck! He brings out a hose and fills these large tanks in the bar instead of lugging bottles or kegs. That was pretty cool. ...
... up with our Canadian friend Candice and caught the tram (which don't bother paying for) into town and began the pubcrawl, meeting up with Emily and Samantha along the way. The first bar is where things get interesting, for an entire hour there
is unlimited Vodka and Absinth shots....so of course I decided to load up on Absinth shots and mixed them with a dash of Red Bull, DELICIOUS!! On the otherhand ...
... night in Prague. I know that I can come back to the house and sleep, but I think this will be a great fun way for me to meet people and go out for my first time at night downtown Prague. We will see how this goes!
Here are some pics from the past few weeks!! Notice, I have just now uploaded my first ever video-- I call this: "Drunk Villager Man, in his Natural State" 30 seconds in is my favorite part.
... a wonder round and took many photo's.
We spent 2 days exploring the city and all its historic buildings which I must say we were very impressed with, as with Amsterdam it is full of Tourists and shops full of the same souvenirs, we were told that we visited during a quite time so we don't know what it would be like when busy!
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... his back on us. Another person in the street just shook their hand at us and walked away when we asked them something. I have never experienced such rudeness in other countries, even if there is a language barrier, people are still usually willing to help with hand directions and broken English. Granted, we did meet some nice Czech’s, but most of them were in the tourism industry.
We all rushed to the pub crawl, getting a little lost in the middle, ...