Apollon Hotel Prague
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Our second and last full day in Prague was just as bright and sunny as the first - I definitely failed to pack enough shorts this time... error!
We didn't have any plans - and we had covered most of the city sights just walking around yesterday. So firstly we caught the tram into town and climbed up a rather large set of steps, which …
Well I can't have an entry without mentioning food so it would be wrong of me not to start by describing the breakfast items on offer. European breakfasts are cracking - you try a whole load of everything, never really quite sure what it is. Especially the bread - there was one sweet loaf stuffed with cream cheese (I think), one stuffed with a …
So yesterday I handed in the thesis that has been torturing me for the last 4 months, and officially completed my MSc and my time in Loughborough (providing I pass of course...). Befittingly for the state of the town, I conspired to leave as soon as possible, and after a fun day of trying to stuff everything into my ickle green box car I made it …
... mention as well, the view from the castle is GLORIOUS! I'd live there with a huge bay window, easily!
After having been through the castle, we were off to the hotel to change into more dressy attire for the evening. Then, of course with the last evening in Prague, we had to hit ultimate in class. So, all dressed up, we stopped at a fancy restaurant in Wenceslas Square for dinner. I had a Czech rose wine, tomato soup, and duck leg with potato ...
... behind our hotel room window and I needed to know.
To our surprise, we had a view of tourists taking in an even better view, not of us, but of the entire city itself from the palace walls, the Charles Bridge, St. Nicolas Cathedral, the Vltava River. Now days later, I have spent every evening traveling that road, spoiled by the option to skip the crowds and the heat. I have become intimately familiar with St. Vitus Church, which I honestly can only describe as huggable after ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Pretty good but crap pillows and two single beds pushed together.
Breakfast was ordinary. I had sweet muesli and oranges.
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