The Golden Horseshoe Hotel
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... as we left the airport and we swapped sweating for shivering. Our driver drove sedately and chatted about the soccer (apparently the national team is useless) - relief after the early morning drive to Dubai airport that reached 140km/hour a few times. We didn't look.
All the reports and reviews are right - Prague really does take your breath away. We left the camera at ...
... sections of society and a balcony where two clerks recorded all of the official decisions. These decisions, along with all land transactions and agreements, were entered into official records and stored in the records rooms (some of the books are still there.) When lawyers or citizens came to settle disputes in the court rooms, the official appointed to settle the dispute could always check the records stored in the records room.
... supermarkets. The HardRock Cafe was also a disapointment since we were listening to Miley Cirus and One Direction whilst we were drinking our beers.
Me, Cat. and Duda only stayed for 2 nights in Prague, since it was the first of a round of 3 countries to visit. We endend spending more than we were planning. It's hard when we are not used to the currency!!
So the first day we just ...
... in front of. They said I was pretty good. It was even funnier though to hear them try to do an American accent. Later we played some Foosball and when our drinking time was up we headed to the next bar. This bar had a downstairs with a dj and a dance floor. We got a few free shots there but then had to buy our own drinks. Good thing beer in Prague is only 45 crown. That's the currency in Prague, so 45 crown is about 2 euros or just under $3. Literally beer was ...
... the interiour is huge) and the main point was Charles Bridge crossing the river with its 30 statues. We passed dozens of musicians and other artists, some of them wanted to make a painting for me, I denyed.
Old Town is full of cafes, small shops with souvenirs but full of tourists as well. I would say it was the most crowded part of Prague. We got to the Old Town Square with the Astronomical Clock (Orloj). The show, when apostles are wathing ...