Apollon Hotel Prague
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TravelPod Member ReviewsApollon Hotel Prague
Pretty good but crap pillows and two single beds pushed together.
Breakfast was ordinary. I had sweet muesli and oranges.
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... of visiting Prague! After the tour, we did a little souvenir shopping before heading back to the hotel for a bit to soak up some A/C and rest before going back out for dinner. Once we rested up for a bit, we ventured to go and see the Prague Castle, also known as Pražský hrad. Inside of Pražský hrad is the St. Vitus Cathedral, which was beautiful! It was a bummer that the inside was inaccessible when we were there, but it was still a very pretty view from the ...
... The airport was about 15 miles away, but I got there in time for the only flight out of there at 6:30am. Now I'm not a phobic when it comes to flying, but loading onto smaller places freaks me out a bit. A passenger plane of about 45 people took us at sunrise (though no sun) for a quick hop over to Zagreb, the capital up north. Even though the flight was only 55 minutes, they managed drinks and a snack... 'Drink? Snack? Prepare for descent'. With only 30 ...
Fabien and I walked to the main square after finishing in the Jewish district. Night had fallen, and the Christmas Market was alive with people. We each grabbed a cup of the hot wine, and strolled throughout the square, pausing to watch a street performer or listen to some music. Eventually we decided to find a restaurant that my guidebook suggested. One of the nice things about Prague is that it's a modern enough city to have street names printed ...
... wooden carts, drinking local beer and hot wine on randomly placed bar stalls. My lunch of hot honey wine and hot plum and a cinnamon crepe was "out of this world, fantastic, best food I've ever eaten".
The other thing about Prague that isn't visible on first sight is what lay beneath. The city from before lies below the ground. In the 9th century the streets of Prague were purposely buried to prevent the flooding of the town. So the former level of the ...
Our last full day in Prague. A much slower day today for me. We took the train to Vinohrady, which is now effectively a large residential suburb to the East. Was a very separate town until late in the 19th Century and had a number of vineyards and orchards interspersed with settlements. After WWII the Soviets were distrustful of the whole Neighbourhood - too bourgeois ! Today it has ...