Residence La Prague
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- All-Suites Property
- Family rooms
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We met Martin Cazensky from the Czech Technical University of Prague that John met in June 2014 when in Prague for work. Martin took us on the number 22 tram to the top of the hill on which the Prague Castle stands. We began by looking at an old monastery at the top of the hill. From there we went to a panoramic lookout over Prague with Prague Castle to our left and Petrin hill to the right and the old town in the centre. From here we saw the Loreto ...
... for Prague and after getting off the plane, grabbing my suitcase, and taking out 8,000 Czech Crowns (around $330), I was greeted by an ISA representative that took me to my apartment. Getting to see my apartment for the first time was surreal. I had seen pictures of it, but now I was finally here! It is actually a lot nicer than I was expecting. Many people say that European apartments are smaller and not as nice as in the states, but lucky for me, the Czech people like ...
... Square. Had a local sausage in a roll for tea. We then took a tram trip just to see some of Prague from the local public transport then the train back to where we had tea. We decided to take in a show at the Black Light Theatre. Very enjoyable just lots of slap-stick comedy skits. Ready for a sleep before some last minute looking around Prague tomorrow morning then a train trio back to Berlin in the afternoon. An enjoyable stay, a shame about the rain ...
Up at 7AM. Final clean up and in the taxi to go to the station. It was a bit confusing at first but we found the train and set off for Berlin.
When we got to our compartment 2 locals were in our reserved seats, but they wandered off without too much fuss and we settle down to a 31/2 hour trip through the country side. Everything went smoothly until we got to Dresden in Germany. Something went wrong there and ...
After our wonderful visit to Regensburg, we got on our tour bus and took our last ride north to Prague. The old border with Germany is still visible with two parallel clear-cut areas, each about a hundred yards long, and parallel ditches running along the border. Some of the old checkpoint buildings are still standing but many are in the process of being removed. If you are not looking, it would be easy to pass the border without knowing it. What ...