Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... day of sightseeing started with breakfast downstairs and again the hotel excelled with arrays of everything you could possibly want for breakfast. Only the caustic comments from my wife stopped me from sampling them all.
We set off in the heat to make our way to the castle, pausing frequently to marvel at architectural features. Even fairly ordinary buildings had elaborate carvings of figures over entrances and gold leaf on balcony rails.
So, the national treasure of the Czech Republic is - you guessed it - beer. Old Stub is loving every minute of drinking his way thru the city. I have an occasional glass of wine but at my own risk. The wine industry is in it's infancy here :-) SO, I often toast with water.
But eye contact
The important thing is eye contact
... because as I said they only stop for a few minutes. So off we hop, only to see the train start moving again and disappear into the distance! Whoops! We had alighted at the equivalent of Papakura instead of Central Auckland. While pondering this in dismay, along came a local train bound for ........ Munich. So we hopped on that one quickly and arrived about 10 mins after the other one. I'm not sure what I put that one down to! I'll let you know what happens ...
Zlatá ulička (Golden Lane). The old castle street was interesting with old tiny, different coloured houses with very low doorways which are now shops selling examples of old crafts and trades. (I had no problem ...
En route to Budapest, though I was sure I wouldn't make it. I’m becoming notorious for cutting it way too close with international travel, but I (almost) always make it (a flight home from Paris being the exception).
I arrived in Prague last Sunday and stayed five nights in a hostel right near the Old Town Square. So much fun. Matt—my roommate this last year—met me at the hostel and we had no trouble making friends ...