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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... instead for a little shopping and most importantly finding a warm cafe to enjoy a latte and some delicious savoury and sweet buns and apple custard tart! The other important reason for visiting a bakery is the free toilets available to customers. Most cities in Europe on has to pay, around $0.60 which is collected by a man or woman sitting in a tiny room or just a corner desk taking the money. Hard to believe if is economic, but ...
... to reassure this neurotic mum that her baby was doing just fine. We also had our fabulous flat in which to take time out, have a cup of tea, a snack and chill for a bit. It was quite hard to say goodbye to Prague after such a short acquaintance but most of all to say goodbye once again to Tristan who is continuing on with his adventure staying for a few more days in this interesting city and then onwards, perhaps back to Berlin, perhaps to Amsterdam, ...
... Turns out they use the Koruna. I wonder what that 30 seconds of research is going to cost me in international data charges. I was also very touched to receive a call from my big brother Bernie along the way. This man never calls me when I'm home in Oz. In fact he rarely calls anyone in the family (typical Aussie male) I believe he may have had a few frothies after work, and he thought he might check in on his little sis. I was confused for a while, but ...
... time of day to see it. This was probably the highlight of the day, as it was indeed extremely quiet with only a few people walking slowly taking in the sights. Only later, after crossing the bridge again several times at different times of the day, would we realize how smart a decision that was. Every other time we crossed it, the journey was a complete nuisance. Thousands of people walking at a snail’s pace, vendors, artists, ...
... also the only place where a woman could go for a drink without being accompanied by a male. Black leather seating, mirrors and glass and a very ornate ceiling. The Municipal Hall was designed to be the total "night out". Concert Hall, three restaurants and a bar all in the one art deco building.
After our late lunch, another walk, tram ride back up the hill to our hotel, bread and cheese and an early night.
Cheers from Prague
Jeff and Wendy