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The hotel is located really neer to the centre of the city, 10 min drive from the old town. It was a plesent and cheap good expiriance.
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... out with New Friends</b>: One of my favorite experiences so far was last night. My new friends and I went with Jan and Anton to this bar to hang out and get some food. It was so much fun getting to know 2 guys from different countries and hear what they had to say about their cultures and what they do. Also, it was interesting to see what they thought of Americans. · 60; <b>Wait, I have to go to ...
... through the Old/New Town and back towards the Charles Bridge where we took a bit of Prague luck away with us. We rubbed the bronze relief work at the base of the St. John of Nepomuk statue. I understand why the Charles Bridge is one of the most romantic views in Europe. When the sun kisses the cobble stones just right, and you see the silhouette of the castle in the background, you can't help but to mesmerized.
... as we took the entire afternoon drifting down the river, stopping in at pubs and camp grounds to relax and enjoy our surrounds. It was a very funny day and although Stace said goodbye to her oakleys when going through some small rapids it was still a very memorable and enjoyable day.
With the right amount of Czeck money left over we shouted ourselves to a big Buffett breakfast to help ease a mild hang over and waited for the bus, next stop ...
... A few of course selfies were also taken on the bridge. As we headed up to the Prague castle area we made a couple of stops for the Prague and Czexh delicacies. First stop at a gingerbread museum where we saw lots and lots of different gingerbreads and houses and of course bought a few to taste. Next stop was to try a Czech pastry Tredlenik which was yummy and was pastry dipped in cinnamon sugar and in a coil.
As we walked off our dessert we headed to ...
... br> As usual with me I got to the bus stop in Vienna way too early and spent well over an hour brushing ants off of myself and my bags. I've recently discovered the Student Agency bus company. Contrary to the name, they don't just transport students (hey, it's a confusing name, alright?). Best thing is you get a free cup of tea, coffee or hot chocolate. Also, the girls working on the bus are fit. They're eastern European, so it's kind of a given.
Another bus journey, ...