At The Golden Horseshoe - U Zlate Podkovy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in and St Vitus Cathedral is quite possibly the most beautiful cathedral I have ever seen. It felt very holy with the liquid gold sunlight pouring in through the stained glass. Off to see if I can find the Jewish Cemetery and maybe watch that damn clock chime!
Found the Jewish Museum (again after going down the wrong roads several times!) and had a look around (was surprised how emotional I ...
... It was a little bit of a gimikie place, but it was pretty cool though. The train stopped right beside our table and we unloaded our drinks from it. Food was pretty tasty actually, and was pretty well priced so the dinner only cost us about $50 Aussie with 2 big beers and 3 mains (gaza was hungry) lol!! Afterwards Evan and Alanna decided to head back to the hotel for an early night (it was 8pm) and we decided to blow the rest of our ...
After five hours on the train, we wound our way through the Elbe River Valley and arrived in the beautiful city of Prague. We soon found our way through the efficient and easy to understand metro system and lugged our bags around seemingly ancient cobbled streets, only just missing the passing trams on the narrow streets. We were greeted by our friendly host and shown around our apartment, certainly a change from Berlin, but very homely and had a ...
... sauce, eggplant, potatoes and white asparagus, Alex had confit beef cheeks with basil mash. All was fabulous, and the portion sizes were generous. After dinner we wandered over Charles Bridge again as she sun set over the city and the lights went on. Prague Castle is eerily beautiful at night. What we do tomorrow depends on the weather. Some Rin is forecast, but if it's fine we will brave the Segway. If not, there are plenty of other things to see and do in this delightful ...
... memorial to the paratroopers. While Betty went to meet some friends for a spot of shopping, I went out to her flat to pick up our climbing gear before coming back into town and meeting Betty and Marie (another of the Lakeside Czechs) for a few hours of climbing. Thoroughly knackered, we went to drop our bags at Lucie and her boyfriend’s flat and went again to the Cross Club for a few enjoyable hours of catching up over Czech beers - no absinthe this ...