BEST WESTERN Premier Hotel Royal Palace Prague
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Travel Blogs from Prague
... the trip were: a few drunken bruises, paying nearly £20 for 2 McDonald's meals not realising in our drunk state that this was not a good deal (apparently in Europe it's normal to be given 2 burgers and nuggets each as well as the chips) and then spending 3 hours in there talking to some random Swiss-Germans. We are writing this in the crowded compartment of an overnight train, PUMPED for tonight's sleep... The cheap vodka of Krakow awaits us in the morning.
... but it turned out well as we were able to leave our luggage in the restaurant as check-in wasn’t until 2pm.
We made the short steep walk up to Prague Castle fairly quickly as it was only a short distance from the restaurant. This is apparently the world’s largest castle according the Guinness Book of records but it isn’t really a single building but more like a mini city consisting of many buildings and dominated by the St. Vitus Cathedral. We got to ...
Sad and happy to leave the River Beatrice. Great time but the tours were about killing us (SLOW people) in the end. 4 hour bus ride to Prague - gorgeous countryside in Germany and wow what a difference when we hit Czech Republic!! Imagine a whole busload at a gas station for pee break with one loo for the Ladies! line up to was crazy - I could have hit the stoopid women talking ...
... to live there after the war. He might've been an evil dictator with odd views, but leaving this place unspoilt was the right thing to do.
On the way to the castle, I found the Czech senate gardens. Apparently most people do find it accidentally. It was so pretty with a lot of gothic architecture. There are hidden faces in the walls. I'm pleased I did find it hidden behind a variety of buildings in MalŠ Strana.
From there it was time to go up to ...
... to a kabob place where I got a soup and some sort of noodle dish and the rest got Kabobs. We hit up the Christmas market on the way back to Art Hole and I tried on (jokingly) one of those hilarious fur hats that the Russians wear! Only after did I look at the price (€500) that I realized why the store owner was being testy with us!
Chloe made a delicious dinner of zucchini casserole and eggs on the side and we ...
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