Hotel Trinidad Prague Castle
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... individual compartments. For all I knew I could of been on the way to Hogwarts! It was a magical journey; we passed through forests, picturesque villages mounted on river banks and stunning cliff faces crumbling away from the mountains. I passed the 5 hour journey by sleeping, eating, listening to music, oh and sleeping some more. The moment we stepped off the train in Prague the heat hit me. It is absolutely sweltering here and I genuinely think I might be ...
... lively place, FULL of tourists, walking tours, musicians playing drums and dudelsacks (old medieval bagpipe-like things), street performers, food stalls and roadside restaurants and bars, and surrounded by more of the city's beautiful buildings. We walked around in wonder just drinking in the sights;
- Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock: the clock dates back to the beginning of the 15th century, and huge crowds gather just before the clock strikes the hour, as 12 ...
... spot to view the clock. Woohoo a clock. I ate my words! Five minutes later the clock struck four, the mouse ran down and fed on all the people that were killed by the plague. I couldn't help but stray from the subject on that one. Let me try again. Five minutes later the clock struck four and the clock came alive with twists and turns. Doors opened all over and little coocoo like people started coming to life telling a story as they turned. The grim reaper ...
... astronomical clock. It's intricate blue and gold wheels and dials have surely been the iinspiration for fantasies like the Golden Compass or similar.
Just around the corner is Wenceslas Square, where some folk dancing troops were in full swing. The costumes were wonderful; colourful skirts and waistcoats, but the participants looked a little warm in them.
Back at Zdena and Petr's house, Mel's sunburn was a ...
... a couple and their 18 month old son who are Americans living in Italy. They are Jewish and the wife converted so we bonded over that. Their son was adorable and charming; he spoke Spanish and English and would mix up both languages in his phrases. We actually ran into them again during lunch in the Jewish Quarter.
After breakfast we took a cab with all of our luggage to a new hotel only a mile away. This is the hotel that the river cruise line ...