Residence La Prague
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- Microwave in room
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... on a Sunday. Day 5 - Evening We agreed to go back over the bridge for dinner to the Lesser Town having admired its quaintness early in the day. We find a nice restaurant overlooking the water with a full canopy to protect from the impeding storm. 3x Goulash 9/10 (although wish I had the sauté potatoes) and one beef with jam and sour cream 9/10. We settle in for a while and watch the thunder and ...
... t bother me half as much as they would have at home for some reason! At first we wondered around admiring the beautiful flowers and enjoying the sun, which has been much more of a bearable temperature today! Its been around 24°, and much less painful than yesterday! We then decided to try and find the tower. After several wrong turns, we eventually managed to find it, and the views were really spectaular. You could see for miles in every direction! We ...
... walked the bridge at night and took in the gorgeous views of the city lit up at night. Then, we went over to the club, Karlovy Lazne, which was billed as "the largest music club in Central Europe" or something like that. The cover wasn't too bad- about $7, but that only included entrance to the 5 floors. There was also an ice bar on the ground floor, so naturally, we had to try it.
... you have to pay to go to the toilets. As we had eaten lunch in the cafe we thought we would be ok to use the toilets. Carolyn went in and the lady got very cross and locked Carolyn in with the key. We spoke up so she let Carolyn out but she was very grumpy. It was the equivalent of 5c so we could not understand the huge fuss. Anyway we left there in a hurry. We browsed the shops and then caught a tram up to the castle/cathedral ...
... was a well-organized and interesting talk with a lively Q & A afterwards.
Most of the group went for a big lunch, but the Habers and Caplans started out for the Metro station and stopped at a coffee house for a lighter repast. We found our station an rode back to our "neighborhood" and walked back to the hotel. We tried out the wqrm tub-great jets but lukewqrm water, relaxed a while and joined Jeff and Sharon for a quiet dinner of duck and cabbage.