Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague
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Jim & I enjoyed sleeping til 8 this morning! After dressing we had pastries at a Patisserie on the Rue de Kleiber. Jim noticed the rest of our group standing on the corner across from us with their luggage so I ran over to say our goodbyes & thank yous. We went for our last stroll by heading up the Champs d Elysee past the Arc in a new direction. …
... with the amount of hardship Prague has endured. Marcus took our group of four (max on tour is eight) and showed us memorials, significant historical locations that no guidebook covers. As we rode the trams and buses from point to point, you absorb Prague like no other way. Avoid the mobs tours, where twenty to forty people huddle in to hear one guide speak. From Wenesclas Square, Old Town to National Memorial on the Vitkov Hill, Marcus shares his love ...
... some kind of aperitif, not sure what but we drank it anyway.Home to rest.
Friday June 6
Back to our favourite market, the entertainment is great and so is the beer and lunch. The Czechs say they have the best Lager beer and it is very cheap so everyone can enjoy it. They do know how to make a good one, and being hot outside, it's a good beverage. Even if you are on the old town square, it's still at least less than half the price of any other country we ...
... extra day or two to check it all out (which is big for me since I feel most cities CAN be accomplished in one day if planned right).
4) The food is...Okay. Had dinner at the Czech Republics smallest brewery and had classic Czech dishes and while it wasn't bad, it wasn't that great. The beer however was delicious! (see photos of food...the main dish tasted pretty much how it looks)
... started playing a short refrain from the other side of the tower, and that was the end of the ceremony. It was pretty cool, because it was built soooo long ago, but its a funny tourist attraction, as it lasts like two minutes maximum, and so many people wait around every hour just to see it! After we went around the back to spot the trumpeter, we wandered down to the river to slowly start the trek back, and passed these guys selling river cruise tickets for about 300Kc (~$15), ...