Apollon Hotel Prague
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... experience. Buskers everywhere, street venders selling art and jewellery all alongside the bridge, plus thousands of people crossing it! Was quite the experience. We continued to the restaurant (although our guide got lost and couldn't find the place lol) but we finally got there. The food was awesome! It was great having a nice home cooked meal for a change. Afterwards we were all heading to a bar in the city to explore the Prague nightlife, which it's well known for. We stayed ...
... walked up to Prague Castle and enjoyed the grandeur of that before heading back towards our hostel area for a traditional Czech dinner (at least that's what the pamphlet said). We then said our goodbyes to our new friends Imogen and Jess and headed to Budapest. In this city it was not necessarily the history and culture that we gained but the friends that we shared the memories with. Almost halfway done with the trip already, can't believe it! Onto Budapest and ...
... just when you think you know how it all works, it changes. That's what you get I suppose for changing countries/languages/ and in some cases currencies every couple of days. We nearly missed out city Nights train from Prague. I cannot make head not tail of Czech, and gave up almost as soon as we arrived in Prague. Se we stood there at the Prague HRN, watching the departures........... Board flip over, waiting for our number 458 train to Zurich to ...
... to go check out the castle. We walked around the grounds, went in the church and went inside some of the open palace rooms. We had lunch in the palace grounds in a bavarian underground restaurant- it was really cool, almost like a dungeon.
It was quite late now, and we had to go home and get ready for the pub crawl tonight.
We arrived at the first bar for the pub crawl where we got a tshirt to wear (it said come ...
Astronomical Clock - Walking Tour/History Lesson Old Town & Jewish Quarter to Wenceslas Square - Climbing the Clock Tower - Failed attempt to attend a hockey game - Beer tasting
After a long night we slept in and ventured into Old Town Square just before 11 to catch up with a free walking tour.
Prague is probably the most walkable city in Europe. Most everything that a tourist would want to see ...
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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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