At The Golden Horseshoe - U Zlate Podkovy
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... to see the view of the city before going for lunch. The top of the hill had a church call "St. Nicholas Church". There was an attached restaurant with a terrace over looking the city. The hill also had small walking trails for people to get closer in touch with nature within the city.
We passed by Charles Bridge and a bunch of shops just after. The bridge itself was full of artist selling goods and performing. It was pretty entertaining to just walk across. The shops ...
... and needed to change at the next station to a train heading to Berlin to get back, the ticket collectors response, instead of suspicion to this accusation was a loud, hearty laugh that seemed to imply; "clueless English tourists!"
Jamie, a friend we'd known well from school back in Oxfordshire, met up with us earlier this evening once we'd settled in the Plus Prague Hostel, me and Brian having unfortunately been landed ...
... so it's not surprising there are a few more issues. Probably could have spent a lot more time in the city, but one aspect we hadn't counted on was that it was a Czech public holiday and over half the restaurants and shops were closed ( incl some museums etc), so that was a little disappointing, but it's really hard to know these things in advance. Head back to Vienna tomorrow to finish this part of our ...
... only just round the corner from the hotel, is large on the outside, but quite interesting on the inside – with the walls painted in an art nouveau style. David went to take a photograph of them, but was told not to by the guard, but while he was distracted telling David he couldn’t take photographs, Marion was able take some in other parts of the main hall.
After that we went ...
... as the clock pulls out all the bells and whistles on the hour, every hour. So, we were waiting patiently for the show at 1150am, along with 50 other keen tourists. Right on midday, the skeleton danced and the 12 apostles appeared one at a time in a window. Then a real person bugler at the top of the tower finished it off with a short song. Having ticked that off on the to-do list we moved along to Wenceslas Square, which we had ...