At The Golden Horseshoe - U Zlate Podkovy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Back at the hostel in the evening we were pretty exhausted and so wasn't feeling very adventurous when it came to food. We therefore decided to buy these pasty kind of things out of a vending machine which to be honest was a big mistake as they really weren't great. I can't complain too much though because it gave me mine for free! The remainder of the evening we spent in the room playing card games with Alex. He also showed us magic tricks that well and truly blew my ...
... food, very tasty and also very
cheap if you avoid the restaurants directly outside of the main tourist
attractions. To get a better
understanding of the city we did a couple of walking tours. The first tour is advertised as the 'Free
Prague Tour' and as the name suggests it is a free tour and you only pay at the
end of the tour a tip to the guide for what you think is reasonable for ...
... Eiffel Tower at 1/5 its height but a perfect viewing platform. We paid to climb the 300 odd winding steps to the top. Wow. In the distance are blocks of flats, presumably built during the communist era which you don't see from the ground. The scene is fantastic but probably wont translate to a good photograph and we recognise all the historic buildings we've seen. To get back to town we stroll down the winding road, over the ...
... plump rat running across the pavement, before scuttling down a tree branch and then down to the water's edge. He excitedly exclaimed, "Look, it's Remy!" [from the Disney film Ratatouille] and we amused ourselves watching his progress. This time we crossed over the Charles Bridge towards the castle. The bridge was beautiful, but annoyingly busy. Someone almost elbowed Mr H in the eye, whilst taking a photo of their family, so we moved on. We ...
... went looking for tourist information or a map. The map outside the front doors wasn't a small enough scale - we walked down through the park and then didn't know which way to go. Back to the station and went back to ticketing 'general enquiries'. The girl tore a tourist map off the A4 pad and showed us the way - yes, back down through the park!! Then over the road and along 50 metres to a HUGE intersection:- a flyover with on and off ramps both sides, ...