Aquapalace Hotel Prague
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The fourth person in our room was a Brit called Devon and we had a great time swapping travel stories. He beat us though! He was in Donetsk when the Malaysian plane crashed! His stories about the militia there were quite scary, but he seems a very gentle man and managed to stay calm in a very tricky situation.
Well, sometimes winging it can work! We made it into Prague and dashed straight to the ticket counter. The woman at the ...
... of noise. The water in the hand basin came out brown when I put the hot water on - but then it cleared. When we went down to go for our walk around, the man was quite chirpy and helpful. He asked if we wanted to eat locally and gave us a card to show at the "Spirit Bar" about 100 metres up the road.
We walked back to the station a shorter way, but the cobble stones will play havoc with the wheels on our bags. We're really only 15 minutes ...
... dough wrapped around a thick wooden pole, baked and brushed with sugar and cinnamon. Next morning we found old town square and then headed for the Charles bridge over the Danube. We wanted to get to the castle to see the changing of the guard. Getting from old town square over the Charles bridge and to the castle meant running the gauntlet of tour operators, concert spruikers and souvenir shops which have overtaken ...
It's our last day in Prague, so we decided to do the Prague free tour since we don't really know too much about the city. They have quite an interesting and long history with so many governments. They finally became the Czech Republic in 1993. We saw the hourly performance of the astronomical clock, which would have been the biggest disappointment if you were expecting some grand show. The astronomical clock became a huge tourist ...
... at any moment). Len drove us on Prague's scary streets to a restaurant in an underground cavern, where Oli (his ex-wife 30 years his junior) met us. We had a lovely dinner. Len and Oli bickered. They share custody of a half-dead dog called Scruffy. Honestly, it was hilarious. Len and Anna dropped me back to my B&B after a lovely evening and now I have indigestion from the duck pâté I ate. Tomorrow, to Berlin. Last stop. Prague really is a lovely ...