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... a review down for this place when I can.
We walked back to the tram and went back to the hostel. Nick purchased 3 beer for less than 3 euro on the way in. We went up to our room and changed for the pool. It took us a little while to get in, because it was a bit cold, but once we were in it was great. We swam for maybe an hour and then went back to our room where we talked with our roommates before heading to bed.
Tomorrow we hope to do the walking ...
We are now at Prague and are busy seeing and doing things. Then too tired at night to blog.
Will catch up soon. We have a very good guide here and on way to our farewell dinner. Free time tomorrow.
So we left Budapest at 8.00 am on Tuesday and it was a long trip to Prague. We arrived
hotel about 5.00pm and did little more than have dinner and think about bed. It was strange coming back after nearly 15 years. Lots more shops ...
... is the bright orange Basilica of St George. We wandered around some of the small lanes, past nativity scenes and lots of statues. At one of the cafes we stopped for some 'hot wine' - mulled wine. It was nice and warming out in the freezing air! And it had started drizzling with rain too, which was a tad annoying! We left via the main gates, it was chaotic out here! So many people everywhere. But such great views across the city from just outside the gates. These gates ...
... which we did yesterday but the things she told us about the buildings and the meanings of the various symbols around the place was so interesting and made us see the square in a whole new light. For example, at 1 point we were standing on 14 crosses that had been put in the ground in stone which was the very spot where 14 Protestants were beheaded at the end of a religious war in the 1400s! We then went to a Protestant church that had been closed down and used for ...
... to make larger change for you. If possible carry bills less than 500CZK, or use larger bills for bigger purchases. 3. Everyone speaks or understands English, this includes your fellow tourist. The staff of Hotel Clement all speak Czech, German and English at a minimum. 4. Read up on your Czech history, we recommend Prague Winter. The guide books all cover some history, but until you arrive you have little background to include the Czech people at one ...